Poetry

Long Way Through Ruin is available from Blue Begonia Press, Imprint Books in Port Townsend, and Elliott Bay Books in Seattle.

about Long Way Through Ruin

“Wild in their domesticity, mythical in their realism, ethereal in their lyrical beauty . . . .”

Kim Barnes, In the Kingdom of Men, Hungry for the World

Ripeness is all. Come on.

— Shakespeare, King Lear

Journals + Magazines

Bluestem
“Now That Mornings Are Cold Again”

Bracken
“That Willow”

Coal Hill Review
“Road Trip”

Crab Creek Review
“Do You Consider Yourself a Nature Poet?”

Fugue
“Drift, Boat”

Human Journal (Istanbul)
“The First Noble Truth”

Narrative Magazine
“What Do the Hands Remember?” (Poem of the Week)

Orion Magazine
“Against Spring,” “Winter Solstice”

Radar
“Avatar,” “Spud Henry”

Rappahannock Review
Interview
“Reading Hamlet,” “Water Children”

RHINO
“Ursa Major Prowls the Chugach Range”

The Missouri Review
“Yellowstone” (Poem of the Week)

 

Credo is a short film by the filmmaker Peggy Case based on a poem from Long Way Through Ruin.