’29 Oct 18′ in Poetics for the More-Than-Human World anthology

Webp.net-compress-image-1024x695I have a doomy disaster poem – Bolsonaro, extinction, palm oil, tar sands, too much erosion, St Augustine (huh?) – in the Poetics for the More-Than-Human World anthology, up at Dispatches from the Poetry Wars, edited by Mary Newell, Bernard Quetchenbach, and Sarah Nolan, and dedicated to Michael McClure (1932 – 2020) and Jack Collom (1931 -2017). Pre-orders for the forthcoming print edition can be made here. The full list of contributors is immense, in both senses:

Screenshot 2020-08-20 at 11.23.50.pngCole Swensen has done an amazing job running readings from the anthology every Thurs for what seems like all known time; there are 4 more installments & I’ll read my contribution this evening (8pm BST; mid-afternoon EST). This is the line up for the remaining readings, and you can attend here. Watch this edition of the series here.

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