Two more poems

The latest Plath Profiles features my poem “Self-Portrait as Hydrangea,” which is inspired by the journal’s namesake. Though all of my poems are, yes? Yes.

Speaking of other poems, here is one from Baltimore Review, “Committed.” I hope you like it, though ought to warn it discusses some difficult themes.

On the subject of Plath, I share this delightful round table: “‘Confessional Writing’ is a tired line of sexist horseshit, and other insights.”

Oh hey, just in case you didn’t know, if you click on the below photo it will take you to the tumblr I update slightly more often than this blog. It features my public transportation adventures and is based on a musical I have been writing for several years now called #TROLLEYWOOD.

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Also if you want to be friends on Instagram find me hiding at @chevron_barnigan.

 

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I have a poem here in Rogue Agent, a journal themed on the body. I highly suggest submitting, they were wonderful to work with.

Recent acceptances include: Underblong, Sugar House Review, and Four Chambers Press, one of my favorite journals of all time and my first repeat publication!

On the subject of the Brittany Noakes Poetry Award, the 25 semi-finalist have been selected, and those 25 have been winnowed down to 10 finalists by The Adroit Journal‘s Editor-in-Chief, Peter LaBerge, and sent off to judge Sandra Beasley. The full list of those 25 selected will be publicized following Sandra’s final selections.

I have great gratitude to all who entered, shared, and contributed. Best wishes to the ten poets who remain in the running, as well as everyone else who believed in poetry’s ability to change lives.