I recently sorted through some of my old silkscreen prints and block-prints, and I found a handful of great pieces!
I wrote a graphic book review on Andrea Lawlor’s Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl, one of my favorite books that I have read in the past few years, and it has now been published in Refuze Review. Check it out here, and below:
Here are a few recent blockprints as well as several older prints from my archive. This may be my favorite medium of visual art. Three of these prints are on display this spring at the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery in Burlington, as part of a special group exhibit titled “All the Feels” (see their poster below).
I wrote this graphic review of Stray City, by Chelsea Johnson, for the clever literary subscription service Manzanita Papers.
I am honored and thrilled to be included in the inaugural issue of a very special literary magazine, Plant-Human Quarterly: Talking and Listening to Plants .
Published four times per year on the solstices and equinoxes, PHQ explores the
myriad ways writers make manifest their relationship to the botanical world, attempting to
communicate across boundaries and possibly approach a plant’s-eye-view of the world.
PHQ Issue No. 1 includes poems and essays by Ellen Bass, Sally Bliumis-Dunn, Frances
Cannon (yours truly) , Stephen Cramer, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Chard deNiord, Hannah Fries, Forrest Gander, Jody Gladding, Kimiko Hahn, Brenda Hillman, Jane Hirshfield, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Sydney Lea, Cleopatra Mathis, Jim Moore, Pattiann Rogers, Scott Russell Sanders, Derek Sheffield, Michael Simms, Arthur Sze, J.P. White, Tony Whedon, and Patricia Zylius.