Captain's (Reading) Log, day 853: TBR books pile growing too tall to manage. Still no sign of Moby-Dick.
It's been a quiet few months and I wanted to write about why.
It's my birthday month, so here are some links and goals.
I'm breaking my one-post-a-month rule to announce that my self-published chapbook, Blues for Jocasta: Fragments, is available. (see below)
I gave in to peer pressure and made a list of books I read in 2014.
July was an excellent month. August looks good too.
I missed a month of blogging. Here we are, though, on task and moving boldly forward.
Some things on my mind before we dive in:
Let’s get one thing out of the way up front: I’m about as privileged as someone can be.
is an art maker whose text has appeared in or is forthcoming from Denver Quarterly, LitHub, SAND Journal, the minnesota review, Sundog Lit, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Structo, and others. He was a 2014-15 Loft Mentor Series winner and is currently working on his first collection of poems. He is from and lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he works at Coffee House Press. His tweets appear whenever. Say his last name like body.