Gregory Woods Reviews Ganymede Poets, One for Chroma

Gregory Woods, author of the critical study Articulate Flesh: Male Homoeroticism and Modern Poetry (a well-worn copy of which sits by my desk) has reviewed the anthology Ganymede Poets, One for Chroma: A Queer Literary and Arts Journal. Woods highlights some of our work: So what impresses me here, before we even begin on the content, is the Read More …

Montreal, Part Five

And here we are, at the end of my trip already.  Five days was too short.  I must really take longer vacations.  That Monday was Canadian Thanksgiving and American Columbus Day and my last day in Montreal.  The city felt empty, especially when Michael took me up to the roof of his building so I Read More …

Montreal, Part Four

After that very romantic evening on Mount Royal, we spent Sunday morning lazing around and enjoying the view from Michael’s apartment and balcony, eventually going out for some Indian brunch at Le Taj and then hitting up the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.  There was this huge John William Waterhouse exhibit going on with that Read More …

Project Verse Finale

Back in August I agreed to fill in for Project Verse weekly judge Dana Guthrie Martin to help judge the final round.  The judges–Dustin Brookshire, Beth Gylys, me and the two guest judges, Denise Duhamel and Shaindel Beers–evaluated the work of the finalists, Kathi Morrison-Taylor and Emily Van Duyne, and we now have a winner. Read More …