Thank you so much to Lucas Bailor and Stephanie Kaylor of Glass: A Journal of Poetry for this excellent and detailed review of my chapbook Footnote. I was particularly pleased with Bailor’s insight into the collection and why I chose response poems–he’s right, the artists I’m honoring do […]
“The art of paying attention: an interview with Trish Hopkinson” + 2 poems, published in Crooked Teeth
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, […]
I couldn’t be more honored to be invited as a feature poet for the Open Bard Poetry Series at The Sherbino in Ridgway, CO next Thursday evening. Special thanks to Kierstin Bridger for coordinating the event. If you’re in the area, please come by and say hello! I’ll be reading from […]
My sincerest gratitude to Matthew J. Hall for his honest and intriguing review of my chapbook Footnote on his site Screaming with Brevity. I was particularly taken with the details and insightful comments he included in the review. He named several specific poems, but my favorite comments were […]
My poem “Footnote to a Footnote” published in Chagrin River Review’s 5th year anniversary issue – with audio!
Very excited that my poem “Footnote to a Footnote” was selected by the editorial staff to appear in their special tenth edition of Chagrin River Review, a print and electronic anthology of the most representative works published in their first five years. The poem was originally published in the Fall 2013 […]