"Celebrities are mirrors in which we watch ourselves watching them. These poems purify that experience, and in doing so, clarify the beauty and sadness of fame – how much we want to matter, and that mattering now is largely tied up in fame. God, I fear, needs a press agent. What surprises me most is how much Falck makes me feel for these people I feel nothing for. I mean you, Lindsay Lohan, and you, Tom Cruise. Here, you are resurrected...as human."
-Bob Hicok

Silo City Reading Series

Last night was the second installation of this year’s Silo City Reading Series, a summer reading…

July 12th, 2014

Columbia Poetry Review no.27

The Columbia Poetry Review just arrived in my wet mailbox. It is their twenty-seventh issue and…

April 30th, 2014

Pop-Up Press

Sunday evening I went over to the Western New York Book Arts Center in downtown…

April 8th, 2014

Pinwheel 5

Issue #5 of Pinwheel Journal now  lives on the internet. You can find a few more…

February 24th, 2014

one damn word at a time

Last night I was teary-eyed by the support I received from my friends. Thank you for…

January 26th, 2014


The kind folks over at the Buffalo News have selected my poem, “Halftime,” as their…

January 22nd, 2014

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