Monday, September 30, 2013


I've been taking a workshop at The Rooster Moans on duende, the dark spirit. In poetry, Federico Garcia Lorca is this spirit's real champion, and though I've been familiar with the concept for some time, I am glad to finally have some space and time to find out what it is. And what it isn't.

I took a stab earlier this year at writing a gacela, a loose non-form Lorca used. The poem, "Gacela of Ash," is up in the new issue of DMQ Review today. My dusty poem "Spark" is there with it.

The zine of short poetry Right Hand Pointing also recently published a poem of mine called "Microbrew," about a small beer. 

Thanks for reading.

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