Tag Archives: publication
New poetry book!
Great news: BOTTLECAP PRESS based in LA has published my new poetry chapbook, Sagittaria. Order your copy of Sagittaria at Bottlecap Press
Ladybroad Ledger Comics!
The Ladybroad Ledger is a free femme Alt Comics newspaper in Vermont. They produce an annual publication to promote comics by femme and nonbinary Vermont cartoonists. What could be better? I’m a frequent contributor, and I’m pleased to have been included in the most recent issue, which you can find paper copies of around coffee shops, libraries, and bookstores around VT. Here are the comics of mine that they published in this recent issue:
Queer Joy and Isele in Print
I’m delighted to have been included in Isele Magazine’s ‘Queer Joy’ themed issue. Read the issue here, and here are my three poems. The Isele ‘Best Of’ Anthology will be published in print this fall, keep your eyes peeled! I will have an essay about teaching in the anthology.
Finalist for the Poetry International Prize
Graphic review, “Stray City” by Chelsea Johnson, for Manzanita Papers
I wrote this graphic review of Stray City, by Chelsea Johnson, for the clever literary subscription service Manzanita Papers.
Graphic Review of Our Own Beautiful Brutality by Karen Poppy
I wrote a graphic review of Karen Poppy’s collection of poetry, “Our Own Beautiful Brutality,” and Cultural Daily has published the review. Find the full review on their site.
Fourth Genre has published my graphic essay about the process of writing autofiction, selected as a finalist for their multimedia essay prize, judged by @KristenRadtke for @FourthGenre . Take a read, and check out the other winners!
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.
New poems, art, and a graphic review in Gold Wake Live
I have several new poems, art, and a graphic review in Gold Wake Live, the online journal of the publishers of Gold Wake books. Take a read if you please.
Gold Wake Live
My selected work
Here’s my graphic review of My Family and Other Animals, which I re-read this summer.