I had an incredible experience being interviewed by Crooked Teeth‘s editor Andrew Halsig for their second issue Winter in the City. We video conferenced to chat about all kinds of things–Halsig was in London at the time, I was at my home in Utah–we were pretty far apart, […]
Originally posted on The Chaotic Review:
Whimper Allen wore his skin inside-out. When he blushed, the air around was rose-colored. When he cried for his lovers, for himself, for his mother, the tears poured within; a well for which there was no bottom, no bucket from which to…
My poems listed below are representative of Language poetry and are composed with a focus on the use of the language itself and how it contributes to the creation of meaning. You can read more about the Language poetry movement and see some other examples here If you […]
Listen to my audio recording of “Footnote to a Footnote.” Originally published by Chagrin River Review online journal, Lakeland Community College, Fall 2013. See http://www.chagrinriverreview.com/trish-hopkinson.html for the journal and audio of the poem.
My Poetry page now links to several more of my published poems. I also added a link to the bottom of each so it’s easy to jump to the next poem on the list. Enjoy!