I couldn’t have possibly been the best, but I deeply, deeply appreciate the gesture. Thank you John Rufo for these words~
“Joey De Jesus’s work transforms itself into the world by coming forth as erasures, formally constrained pieces, vocal metamorphoses, and lyric-doublings. He is aware of the page and the un-page: that is, while rooted in poetic consciousness, he cracks the limiting concept open that there is only a written life or a “real” life.” [read more]
Source: The Best Poem I Read This Month: Joey De Jesus’s “Materia VII”
Sarah Fawn: Hi everyone, Sarah Fawn Montgomery here. Thank you all for (virtually) sitting down to talk about our editing experiences and processes, and to talk a bit about solicitation as a way to represent … [Read More]
Source: VIDA Editor Roundtable
“Materia VII” appears in the newest issue of WILDNESS of Platypus Press ~ Another poem in a series attributed to Yoshitaka Amano’s work~ (The Chariot)
Check out this interview I did with Jen Werner for Writerly States~
I had the greatest time performing at Artists Space for their program “Pride Goes Before a Fall / Beware a Holy Whore / Mise En Abyme” w/ Dawn Lundy Martin and Morgan Ritter. I’ve got a few clips of the performance below (7/26):
I had the wonderful opportunity to work on the upcoming issue of Apogee Journal.
Issue 7 launches tonight!
order your copy!
cover art by Firelei Báez