As always, I have a ton of updates for y'all!
I.S. Jones and I dropped that Fall 2017 podcast episode for Voicemail Poems. Check it out! Our Winter issue is forthcoming.
Also, I survived my first semester as Professor Cure. It was intense, I'm not going to lie. As soon as finals ended, I stayed the weekend in a cabin at a state park so I could work on my manuscript, as evidenced by the photo below. I made some excellent progress and I'm feeling optimistic about the project.
Speaking of optimism, I can't wait for the Spring semester to start so I can make another issue of Script with my students!
Speaking of TCC, I gave my Craft and Confession workshop for TCC-Northwest's Marine Creek Creative Writing Conference back in November and had a blast doing it. I should have another offering of that workshop via the Writer's Garret this Spring, so stay tuned for more on that.
In other news, two of my West Texas pieces, "Coyote" and "Santa Rita, 1921," found a home in Weaving the Terrain, an anthology of 100-word poems about the Southwest, from Dos Gatos Press. You should get yourself a copy!
You know, 2017 was a pretty crazy year. Here's hoping 2018 is excellent. Y'all take care of yourselves out there.