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Woodstock Art. Woodstock Bookfest. 3.19.2018

As well as teaching a workshop, The Haiku Moment, at the¬†Woodstock Bookfest, I’m so happy to be one of two contributing artists this year. Woodstock is a town of the arts, and the Bookfest brings readers and writers together in Read More

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The Haiku Moment. Woodstock Bookfest. 3.19.2018

I’m so excited about The Haiku Moment, a workshop I’ve created and am teaching at this year’s Woodstock Bookfest. While preparing for the event, I kept thinking about how to share not just the knowledge of what comprises haiku—the 17 Read More

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National Poetry Month. New York City Haiku. 4.12.2017

I’m thrilled to be a part of New York City Haiku published by The New York Times and Rizzoli Books. The book is available bookstores and from The New York Times Store online now. Read the city in three lines Read More

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Micro Memoir Freewrite. Poem 1. 2.4.2017

I’m having trouble with the notion that I am not “walking in another’s shoes” because I’m a college-educated New Yorker. An out-of-touch, East Coast liberal who can’t understand the pain of rural America today. I read this commentary about my Read More

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Prose Snapshots. Country. 2.25.2016

There had been so much rain. The window screens now woven with spider webs of drops, paths intricate and shining, a splattering made windswept, as if by design. In those first moments of sunrise, the valley pulled at the cuff Read More

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