The story behind the poems I’ll read at the Tennessee Williams Tribute, Sept. 12, 2020.
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Why Read in Bookstores?
It might seem like an odd question, but it’s one I’ve been thinking about as I drive around Mississippi to readings and signings. Bookstores would seem like the logical choice — and they are, though I’ve also read at colleges, libraries, etc. Recently I heard a talk by a publicist who said she tried toContinue reading “Why Read in Bookstores?”
Barrier Island Suite Arrives
Yesterday, I received advance copies of my new book, Barrier Island Suite: poems inspired by the life and art of Walter Inglis Anderson. What I nice thing to discover on my return from spring break in Chicago. While we were there, I read a couple of poems at the Green Mill Lounge, and talked to MarcContinue reading “Barrier Island Suite Arrives”