The crocuses are blooming, despite lingering ice and snow. I notice daily changes even more since I’m home during this pandemic. The urge to read and write poetry is heightened, with a lot of generous informal sharing happening.
Meanwhile, Tinderbox Poetry 6:3 is live. It includes a selection of poems from a variety of poets and checks in with some past contributors, including me. You’ll find recent publication information and short reviews of what we’ve been reading.
A new essay, “Tethers,” appears in Green Mountains Review, online April 22, 2020.
More poems and essays are forthcoming. Please check back for updates.