Sigh Press , Words without Borders, New Letters, Agni, Southwest Review
some of the venues where essays and translations have appeared in 2018-2019.
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An essay and brief note--Winter 2019
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This poem first appeared in the Kenyon Review
At Three or Four
As if hearing thunder, far off
I wake up at three or four,
the dark a musty breathed up closeness
and turn my pillow over.
It's like a voice or voices,
powerful, carrying convincing waves.
Often there's a tomb.
I feel my heart pounding
as if I were living a consumed dream,
comforter no longer such. Something.
Don't sleep one minute more.