Upcoming Appearance

The Hour That Stretches
Sunday, October 28, The Hour That Stretches features poet Leanne Grabel, poet and storyteller F.I. Goldhaber, science fiction author Y.T. Cheng, author and filmmaker Kelley Baker, and author and editor Garrett Cook.

Inspired by Indonesian folklore Harlan Ellison described in his story "Eidolons" and Hour 25, an '80s radio show on Pacifica Radio in Los Angeles which Ellison co-hosted with Mike Hodel (and which was the setting of his short story "The Hour That Stretches"), the monthly showcase welcomes genres not normally included in spoken word events. Join us for an amazing evening of spoken word from 7 to 10 p.m. at Ford Food and Drink, 2505 SE 11th Avenue, Portland.

Online Appearances

The Chapbook Interview
On The Chapbook Interview, I discuss the evolution of publishing from cold type to PageMaker to e-books. The interview, with teacher and chapbook author Laura Madeline Wiseman, covers four decades of change in chapbook publishing.

The Chapbook Interview publishes interviews about the chapbook as a genre, art form, and vessel for creative work. Interviews explore all aspects of chapbook craft.
Recently Published Poems
Blood Moon and Crystals
The haiku, Blood Moon, and the shadorma, Crystals, appear in the Fall, 2018 issue of Door is a Jar Magazine.

Door is a Jar Magazine -- a print and digital publication of poetry, short fiction, nonfiction, drama and artwork -- "steers away from mere academic writing, and focuses on writing that is accessible for all readers."

Chains of Injustice
Kosmos Journal published Chains of Injustice as part of the We the World Days of Unity campaign, a worldwide platform for the promotion of peace, justice, sustainability, and transformation. Kosmos Journal informs, inspires, and engages participation in global transformation by sharing transformational thinking and policy initiatives, aesthetic beauty, and collective wisdom.

The Fall 2018 issue of Parentheses Journal includes my poem "Hawk".

Parentheses Journal, an international independent literary journal, believes "we create our own utopias in the imperfections of being. The voices contain within figments of dust and deep trenches, everyday harmonies, and soliloquies in the sand."