Happy New Year kids! Before we talk some more about Star Wars, I need to do a little recap and say thank you to some people who were end-of-the-year awesome. First off, thanks to Mark Lindberg who wrote this really wonderful review of This Is Sarah (which you can buy here for 99 pennies!) including… Continue reading Everyday Sexism, with a Twist (more spoilers) and some Thank Yous in the New Year
Tag: How To Be An American
Flying Monkeys, Books and the Cold Unfeeling Universe
Where the flying monkeys did this year go? I mean honestly. I distinctly remember whole days in January 2015 and there is no way way they were 12 months ago. Anyway I wanted to do a whole book blog about what I read this year but that’s going to wait till next time because we… Continue reading Flying Monkeys, Books and the Cold Unfeeling Universe
How To Be An American is Now Available
So it’s time. Previous snafu is fixed and my new poetry book, How to Be An American is on Amazon and Goodreads. That said, rumor has it that I’ll be getting my greedy little hands on a few more copies so if you want to order it directly from me (for cheaper) hit me up… Continue reading How To Be An American is Now Available
HOW TO BE AN AMERICAN, the New Poetry Book Is Almost Out!
How To Be An American, my second book of poetry from Six Gallery Press is out November 7th! Want to know what people are saying? Funny you should ask: That’s a real rejection notice that I received so extra special thank you to all the journals that did publish the poems in this book. I’m talking about The… Continue reading HOW TO BE AN AMERICAN, the New Poetry Book Is Almost Out!
This is Me (with This is Sarah) Trying to Be Less Annoying
Okay so in an effort not to have a million individual posts here and facebook and tumblr and twitter and thus irritate everyone that I know, I just wanted to set a little bit of space aside to thank all the bloggers who, in just the last few days, have rallied around This Is Sarah… Continue reading This is Me (with This is Sarah) Trying to Be Less Annoying