Prose-poetry and prose-poetry/visual Fusion coming from Ampersand
Two new pieces are coming soon from Ampersand courtesy of guest editor Jesse Bradley. “The Art of Truncation” is a prose poem about, you guessed it, truncation, and the other, “Coffined,” is a prose-poem/visual fusion from my series, Klimt Redux: A Study in Desecration. You can read a few kind words on this series and my upcoming collection, The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals (Patasola Press, NY, 2011) courtesy of Mel Bosworth at Outsider Writers. Gustav Klimt is one of my favorite artists. I have a tendency to use my favorite artists as muses, drawing and writing all over their printed images. It started as a writing exercise and turned into something else. This is something I plan to explore a little during “Writing Prosetry” at the Conversations and Connections writing workshop coming this Saturday, April 16th in DC.
I’ll be reading at the Ampersand and Patasola Press event in Brooklyn, NY on May 20th. More information on this reading is soon to come. It will be a fun, fun evening! Come join us!