My reading series, There Will Be Words, was voted by the readers of the Orlando Weekly as Best Literary Reading Series in their 2015 Best of Orlando poll. This is the second time in three years that the show received this honor and it means a lot.
My Yelp review collection finally found a home with Robocup Press. They will be publishing Pick How You Will Revise A Memory in Spring/Summer 2016. This particular hybrid project is something that I’ve been shopping around for awhile and I’m really proud of the weirdness within it. I have a concept in mind on how the release party will go for it and it should be a lot of fun. Be on the lookout for pre-order information once it becomes available.
I’m running Clash of the Word Titans 2 at the inaugural Winter Park Writer’s Festival. Clash of the Word Titans is a team slam where four prose writers face four poets head-to-head where the audience decides which piece was better through applause until only one team is left standing. I did the first one this past April and it turned out to be one of the best literary events that I ever produced (Poetry won 4-3 against prose). It’s doing literary events like this that keeps it interesting for me. You can check out the first Clash of the Word Titans below.
I have some poems over in the Spring issue of Yes, Poetry which you can check out here.
The Central Florida Future interviewed me for this week’s issue. You can check that out here.
I’m facilitating a discussion on publishing on September 17 at the Draft Punk Creatives Workshop. For more details about it (if you are in the Orlando area), click here.
And if you haven’t done it yet, go check out my latest chapbook, NEIL, over here.