My Poems

Trish Hopkinson’s “Letter to Covid-19” and a Reading of Meg Day’s “Psalm for July” via 15 Bytes

I’m honored to be included in 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine for their Poets in Pajamas National Poetry Month series. The series provides audio recordings of each poet reading one of their own poems as well as a reading of a poem by a poet they admire. I read my new poem “Letter to Covid-19” and a gorgeous poem by Meg Day entitled “Psalm for July” from their collection Last Psalm at Sea Level.

Click here to read the article and listen to the audio recordings.

15 Bytes is an online art magazine and features artists and authors living in Utah. It’s published by Artists of Utah, a non-profit organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. “The organization was created to serve as a communication nexus for Utah’s visual arts community. We are made up of artists, art professionals and art lovers and exist to bring the same together in an attempt to foster interaction, education and imagination. Our principle tool for doing this is the internet, which serves to bring together members of the visual arts community from across the state. Our website, www.artistsofutah.org, is continually expanding in an attempt to give greater voice to a wider community of individuals and organizations.”

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