Thursday, July 14, 2011


A poem of mine has been accepted for Mind Your Own Business: Canadian Poetry and Prose of the White Collar World, an anthology edited by Bruce Meyer to be published this fall by Black Moss Press.  Not that I've spent a lot of time in offices where white collar work is done -- just enough, it seems, to write a convincing poem about a certain cipher who does.  It's called "Pantoum for a Hired Man". The pantoum, with all its reinforced recapitulation -- such a good form for evoking being stuck.

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