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“After Reading John S. Willett’s Book of American Trivia” in the museum of americana.
“The Tin Man Explains” in The Cape Rock.
“Cord” in The Laurel Review.
“Do Carnivorous Plants Experience Hunger?” read on The Kenyon Review.
“Is God Zero?” in The Cresset.
“Wreath” in the Valparaiso Poetry Review.
“What She Means When She Says God” in the EcoTheo Review.
“Year of Water” audio recording from The Free State Review.
Four poems I read on WNMU-fm for National Poetry Month, 2017.
Three poems I read on WNMU-fm for National Poetry Month, 2016.
“Waiting in Line at the Bread Alone Cafe, I Consider Isaiah” on The 55 Project
(Scroll down to poem 027)
Three Poems from Theopoetics.
Prose, Interviews, Reviews, and Guest Commentaries
“American Study Guide for a Cumulative Final Exam,” on Bending Genres.
“Card Trick” in the museum of americana.
“The Craft That Serves the Art,” an article about driving to see Lilian Broca’s mosaics.
“Hallelujah,” a brief article on Patheos about listening to Leonard Cohen’s song.
“A Nun Among the Detectives: Sr. Peg from Law & Order: SVU,” a brief article for Bearings: Online’s series on clergy in the media.
Here is a review I wrote of Adopted: The Sacrament of Belonging in a Fractured World by Kelley Nikondeha for The Englewood Review of Books. And here is a review of The Magdalene in the Reformation by Margaret Arnold, also in The Englewood Review of Books.
I have written monthly micro-reviews of new poetry at the Kenyon Review Online. Search the archives for additional reviews.
I contributed five posts as a guest blogger at The Best American Poetry; if you scroll down, you’ll see a search box on the left and be able to find them easily.
Here is a short piece I wrote at the invitation of Chris Rice Cooper reflecting on my experience of 9/11.
“The Pleasure of Attention” Guest Post on Christine Valters Paintner’s Monk in the World
Interview In The Living Church about Poets on the Psalms–scroll down to page 14