Come to Poets Wednesday on August 12, 2015! Raymond Hammond and I will be running a workshop at 7pm then reading poems at 8pm at the Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge, NJ on August 12, 2015. Barron Arts Center is at 582 Rahway Avenue and can be reached at 732.634.0413.
August 9, 2015 @ 6pm Bowery Poetry Club, New York City
Jenna Le, Doug Treem, Diane Lockward, and Editor-in-Chief Raymond Hammond read poems. Not to be missed!
The American Scholar is doing a wonderful crowd-sourcing poetry experiment with lines selected by David Lehman. Check out my winning line from this week’s acrostic poem:
Please join me for a great reading with Tony Gloeggler, Urayoan Noel, Bunkong Tuon, and myself this upcoming Monday at 6:30. For more details, go here:
Please see my poem “Swallowed Whole” on The The Poetry Blog:
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Featured poets and prose writers include: Laura Duda, Jeff Rath, Kevin McDonough, Amanda J. Bradley, and Le Hinton.
This reading is free, but donations to the Vintage are strongly encouraged. The writers will have books available for sale.
I am thrilled to have three poems appear in the January 2014 issue of Ragazine, here:
In April 2013, Anis Shivani interviewed me. Part of the interview appeared in The Huffington Post on April 29, 2013. Here is the interview in its entirety:
From the Interview: “I try to uncover what I genuinely think and feel deep down when I write poetry, to get beneath surface considerations. Delving through a mystical process into what we are barely aware we know is a huge point of the process of writing poetry for me. Because the world is always changing, we necessarily ‘make it new’ when we probe the unconscious. But the world is always staying the same, too, and in that respect we find things in the unconscious that resonate.” ~Amanda J. Bradley