Writing

For complete poems you can read now, visit My Poetry. Scroll below for links to work online.

books

Selected Poems in Print

  • Alaska Quarterly Review                                                    
  • Asheville Poetry Review
  • Birmingham Poetry Review                                                        
  • California Quarterly
  • Denver Quarterly
  • Dos Passos Review
  • Epoch Review
  • The Evansville Review
  • Harvard Review
  • The Hopkins Review                                                              
  • Iron Horse Literary Review
  • Louisville Review                                                              
  • Mississippi Review                                                              
  • Nelle                                                                          
  • New South
  • Ninth Letter
  • North American Review
  • Pleiades                                                                        
  • Poems and Plays
  • Prairie Schooner
  • Rattle
  • Seattle Review
  • Southern Review
  • Tar River Poetry Review
  • Tusculum Review

Anthologies

  • Borderlands and Crossroads: Writing the Motherland                          
  • Gracious: Contemporary Poems in the Twenty-First Century South    
  • The Southern Poetry Anthology: Appalachia, Vol. III
  • The Southern Poetry Anthology: Tennessee, Vol. VI
  • Squaw Valley Writers Anthology
  • Low Explosions: Writings from the South
  • A Tapestry of Voices: The Knoxville Writers’ Guild Anthology  

Selected Poems Online
Black Lawrence Press
Chapter 16
Connotation Press
Diagram 11.4
Diagram 19.2
Guernica
Kenyon Review Online
The Offending Adam
Panhandler Magazine
Radar Poetry
Swink

Interviews with Charlotte Online
Town Creek Poetry Review
Salt Publishing
North American Review

Creative Non-Fiction Online
Consciousness
Toward what? Away from What?
The Horse without a Rider

Interviews and Criticism About:

In North American Review‘s blog: “Why Does Poetry Matter?”

“Not I!: Strategies of a Post-Millennial Confessionalistic Poetry” printed in Asheville Poetry Review.

Plus musings on the following writers:
Beth Bachmann
Richard Blanco
Gaylord Brewer
Anne Carson
Kate Daniels
Adam O. Davis
Russell Edson
Ben Folds and Nick Hornby
Jack Gilbert
Robert Hass
Terrance Hayes
Joseph Harrington
Marilyn Kallet
Antjie Krog
Tim Lockridge
Loretta Lynn
Robert Morgan
Laksmi Pamuntjak
Marge Piercy
Bobby C. Rogers
Kay Ryan
Rhyme’s Challenge: Hip Hop, Poetry, and Contemporary Rhyming Culture
Don Share
Frederick Seidel
Arthur Smith
Frank Stanford
Randy Travis
Natasha Trethewey
C.D. Wright
Robert Wrigley
Wilco
Kevin Young