A long, long time ago, in a graduate school far, far away… I began working on a book manuscript, the heart of which was centered around my childhood landscape: South […]
With Scrap Iron‘s release in a little over a month, I’ve been working with many talented friends trying to find new ways to bottle some of that buzz and spread […]
Published online, my poems “Below Corson’s Inlet Bridge” and “Ned Kelly Exiled in New Zealand” can be found in Issue 16 of the Innisfree Poetry Journal. Please click the link […]
Published online, my poem “A Borrowed Childhood Memory, Hammonton, 1974” can be found at storySouth. Please click the link and check it out.
My poem “A Borrowed Childhood Memory, Alloway, 4 July 1967” can be found at Booth: Butler University’s online journal. Please click the link and check it out.
Officially up online, my interview (wonderfully titled “Part Guilt, Part Longing”) with William Hoffacker about the recording of “Seven Places I Have Found My Grandmother in the Last Six Years” […]
The University of Utah Press released their 2013 Spring Catalog the other day, and among their fine contributions to the literary world (and the academic community at large) was my […]
I am pleased to announce that my audio version of my piece “Seven Places I Have Found My Grandmother in the Last Six Years” has just been featured today in […]
Officially up online, my SIU Alumni Spotlight is available on the College of Liberal Arts website. From there you can click on the link to the full interview with Leslie […]
Officially announced at the University of Utah Press website, my first book manuscript was selected as the winner of the 2012 Agha Shahid Ali Poetry Prize by contest judge Kathleen […]