Archive for March, 2011

addendum: I just lost my own grandmother, who was 98, and I’ve tried to write about it here, never setting it live; it always feels a little too personal. But when I posted this farewell this morning, it felt like a strange foil to my own grief. In any case, it’s still too personal to […]

I am becoming one thing and have been another. Deep space, inner ear. Open black, open white, a curve that makes you hold your breath.    

Checking in on past professors, I came across this beautiful and inspiring painting by David Schirm, who I studied under at SUNY Buffalo (until, weirdly enough for those who know my work, I defected from painting to photography). I remember visiting his house with other graduate students. It was outside of the city on a […]



I’ll have some work included in an upcoming Filter Literary Journal. This is so exciting, since I have an abiding love affair with hand-pressed books, but have not been making my own much lately. And, to add to the literary spin, I’ll also have work included in a show at Richard Hugo House for National […]