PRESS & MEDIA

 

In this interview I speak with Laura Madeline Wiseman about the dangers of research, the mysteries of the brain, and the necessity of humor.

In this podcast I read poems (on rare neurological disorders and a girl prodigy writer) in the company of two fantastic poets: Matthea Harvey (on mermaids, aliens, and new geometries), and Dorothea Lasky (on Rome, desire, and the color of stars).

Where I read creative nonfiction about the evil allure of Stop & Shop and poems about found accents and The Great American Novelist who never was, along with fiction writer, Ted Thompson.

What happens when a photographer and I wander through an abandoned greenhouse, steal inspiration and a door.