Due to the snow flurries in St. Louis this morning, I rode the bus (#70) instead of my bike and finally saw my poem!
Meekling Press is raising money for their next year or so of book releases (including mine, Household Tales). Please preorder books or just send them some $$ so that they can keep doing what they do: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/meekling-press-2019-2020-season--2/#/ Marika Josephson and I are working on our Small Letters Press site and will have our most recent … Continue reading news & updates
Bracken has released its first print anthology (including a short piece of fiction that I wrote and illustrated). The strange cloud formations on the night of the release party were perfectly suited to the journal's magical realism.
My tiny portable press is on loan to the St. Louis Public Library's Central Library for a hands-on activity I helped develop for their current exhibit, Print to Pixels: How Words Changed the World (on display through June 2nd). Library patrons can print their own ex libris bookplates using polymer letterpress plates created by Boxcar Press (based … Continue reading letterpress printing at the St. Louis Public Library
Just came across one of my St. Louis Arts in Transit posters (on Market Street between 22nd and Jefferson) - now it feels real!
"Assembly," a short story in the form of a polyhedron (inspired by Magnus Wenninger):
Below are book versions of some of my previously published writing... Here's an illustrated, hand-printed/sewn edition of "Anchor". A slightly different version of this creative nonfiction piece appeared in Pacifica Literary Review. Rebecca Elliot of Meekling Press did an amazing job of printing these books on her 100+ year old letterpress. And here's … Continue reading small books
(sculptural poem) .
I'm working on using a combination of drawing, painting and embroidery to make illustrations for stories. I usually start with my own photos, but this one was just for practice, so I based it on a photo of a flying squirrel that I found online - you can see the original here.