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AWP Portland 2019

At AWP2019 I’ll be reading from my new book, the sun a blazing zero, at an offsite at @teachaite on e burnside. Come out to this amazing reading we’re co-hosting with @EssayPress @Reality Beach @acrebooks and Lavender Ink/Diáologos! ALSO: I’ll be reading from newest book, the … Continue reading

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Tupelo Quarterly 17 out now

Tupelo Quarterly‘s 17th Issue released today! There are a whole host of fabulous writers and artists including, but certainly not limited to, Erica Wright, Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Jennifer K. Sweeney & L.I. Henley, Caroline Crew, Sara Henning, Veronica Golos, Angie … Continue reading

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Reading at Amherst Books on Saturday, March 16 at 7PM

Shira Dentz / Adam Tedesco / S. Tourjee Join me, Adam Tedesco, author of MARY OLIVER (Lithic Press, 2019), and S. Tourjee, author of SAM SAYS SAM (Spuyten Devil, 2018) as we read and discuss our poetry and newly published collections at … Continue reading

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the sun a blazing zero

my new book, the sun a blazing zero, is pre-launching now and the publisher at Lavender Ink/Diálogos is offering it at a pre-launch discount sale through the end of March for $14! You can order it here! the sun a … Continue reading

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Poetry Magazine, March issue

Check out the March 2019 issue of Poetry Magazine here, and my poems “Mango hats stood out from the rest” and “At the End of the Day“

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Intensive Prose Poem Workshop this Weekend

This weekend, March 9–10, I’m teaching an intensive workshop on the prose poem at The Word Barn, 66 Newfields Road, in Exeter, NH. More info and registration here. Space is limited, and registration is open until Friday, March 8–there are … Continue reading

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new poem in Entropy

The Birds “A distinction not dissimilar from geometries of flight in darkness” by Shira Dentz February 6, 2019

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Andrew Seguin reviews how do i net thee in Colorado Review

“Shira Dentz’s third full-length book, how do i net thee, begs the response its title invokes: “let me count the ways.” The ways of this collection are numerous, from the modified dictionary entry for “net” that announces the book’s scope … Continue reading

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New reviews of how do i net thee

Rachel Abramowitz reviews how do i net thee in the new issue of Seneca Review and Travis Sharp reviews how do i net thee at Entropy: “… with globalized capitalism’s pernicious linking-together of everyone, everything, and everywhere, we could say … Continue reading

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Martin Corless-Smith considers how do i net thee in DIAGRAM

END OF YEAR ISSUE,DIAGRAM ISSUE 18.6 Henri Cole, Orphic Paris, NYRB, 2018; Shira Dentz, how do i net thee, Salmon Poetry, 2018; Galen Strawson, Things that bother me., NYRB, 2018 Reviewed by Martin Corless-Smith “Unlike Cole on his melancholic literary … Continue reading

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