Boston Poetry Marathon Summer 2022

You should tune in to this wondrous event! I’ll be reading online in the marathon on Friday, August 5, at 8:40PM!
Here’s the link to more details and the full schedule:

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Timber Journal’s Summer 2022 issue is here!

am excited to have three new poems, Backlit, Fraya, and Folded Sky in the new issue of Timber, along with so many great reads!

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Colorado Review, Spring 2022

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Hybrid Poetry as Witness and Reclamation

I’m teaching an online workshop, Hybrid Poetry as Witness and Reclamation, in the Silo Workshop Series at The Word Barn on Sunday, March 13 & Sunday March 20, both days 3–5:30PM Eastern time–all time zones are welcome; hope you’ll want to and can join! There are two partial need-based scholarships available too.

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Weekend Poetry Prose Workshop happening soon!

This coming weekend, Jan. 15 & 16, I’m teaching a low-cost, super generative online prose poetry workshop for Literary Landline, 3–4:30PM EST both days! There’s a spot for you, if you’re interested! For more info and to register: here

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Annulet: A Journal of Poetics, issue 2!

am excited to have three wild poems in this cool issue along with great company! hope you give them, & the whole issue, a read!

“Patternation,” “Maglo:,” & “Landscapes”

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Diagram 21.6 is out!

And I get to share my visual poem, “Crown Molding”
in this new issue of the inimitable and joyful Diagram!

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found poem in INDIANAPOLIS REVIEW’s humor issue!

THE INDIANAPOLIS REVIEW‘s new issue 18: Fall 2021 is Poets Are Funny! A found poem, that I, well, found, appears in it along with some really LOL work! Take a breather for it all! You’ll probably laugh your head off as I did when I read this issue.

Have you renewed your poetic license yet?”

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2 poems at ANTHROPOCENE

ANTHROPOCENE is a new zine based in the UK, and I love that these new poems of mine appear here, & hope you get to read them and check out this zine! Even their home page is rock star.

“Footsteps on the ceiling” and “Anywhere Face”

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Sisyphusina reviewed at Barrelhouse!

Jessica Goodfellow reviews Sisyphusina at Barrelhouse

here are excerpts:

“How many poems there are about male aging in the canon? Their proliferation makes the implicit assumption that the male experience is the default for aging. For example, searching the Academy of American Poets website yields twenty-four example poems on the topic, only two of which are by women. Where are the poems about menopause, the loss of conventional beauty markers, and the invisibility of the aging woman in society? Dentz, in seeking to make room for such female experiences, finds that exploring and bending space is a necessary response, as is the augmentation of words with images and music.”

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“On top of dizzyingly original arrangements of words and forms, this collection offers artistic and musical collaborations, which are better experienced than described. Either a QR code at the end of the book or an online link will take you to the sound performance “Aging Music,” performed by Pauline Oliveras, which was co-imagined with Dentz’s Sisyphusina. Additionally, a poem-film based on Dentz’s “saidst,” jointly made with Kathy High, is available online. With so many modalities for the witnessing the exploration on women’s aging, Dentz has more than done her part to record this complicated experience, available vocabulary notwithstanding, for the future canon.”

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