NYTBR

You know that part of the New York Times Book Review called ‘By the Book,’ where they ask authors, entertainers, whoever, about what they read? Yeah, it’s my favorite part, too. Here is Ann Beattie’s which, I guess, is running this Sunday. You won’t have to read very far to understand why I’m bugging you with this.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/30/books/review/ann-beattie-by-the-book.html?ref=books&_r=0

One new poem

…here at Upender, with an audio of me reading it, if you can dig that:

http://upender.org/2015/08/24/god-of-remedies/

A new essay

…here, in the continuing series called As If I Know What I’m Talking About, at the venerable Change Seven:

One new poem

…here in Abbreviate:

http://abbreviatejournal.com/poetry_details.php?id=33

An essay about agoraphobia and the fair

…here at the esteemed Change Seven:

http://changesevenmag.com/portfolio/a-trip-to-the-fair/

My new chapbook

Medicament final cover315I have a new chapbook which we put on sale at Burke’s yesterday. A wee collection of poems about health, drugs and illnesses, both physical and mental. It’s called ‘The Medicament Predicament,’ and was published by Redneck Press, in a limited edition of 75.

Here’s the cover. And here’s where to order it: http://www.burkesbooks.com/shop/burkes/results.html?is_utf=1&mv_session_id=sRXHA9Wc&searchfield=sku%2Cauthor%2Ctitle%2Cdescription%2Ctopic1%2Ctopic2%2Ctopic3%2Ctopic4%2Ctopic5%2Ctopic6%2Ctopic7%2Ctopic8%2Cpublisher%2Cisbn&searchspec=the+medicament+predicament

I am interviewed about my whole so-called career

….Here at Geosi Reads:

https://geosireads.wordpress.com/2015/07/13/interview-with-corey-mesler-author-of-memphis-movie/