The links in the first of the columns below are to pages that introduce the various published collections and chapbooks.
The links in the second column access individual poems published in online journals, recordings of poems (from readings and podcasts), and (to be added) some work, such as T. Texas Twiddle’s Sayuns and the nursery rhymes of Daddy Moose (Mother Goose’s insignificant other) “published” on this website and not otherwise available. (Please Note: some of Daddy Moose’s rhymes are not suitable for children.)
The links in the third column, as the heading indicates, lead to reviews and interviews.
For an introductory comment about the work accessed through this page, please see: Starting Line (Can You Hear Me Now?)
For a Promotion Kit (PDF) for possible readings and/or to request review copies, please use this link.
Books & Chapbooks
- Poem’s Poems & Other Poems (CW Books, 2016)
- The Tao of Twang (CW Books, 2014)
- Thirteen Ways of Talking to a Blackbird (Finishing Line Press, 2013)
- Redneck Yoga (Finishing Line Press, 2010)
- White Levis (Pudding House, 2010)
- Fault Lines (The Backwaters Press, 2009)
- Lake County Diamond (Intertext, 1986)
Reviews & Interviews
- Rowan Radio’s Writers Roundtable (8/23/2010)
- Interview with Kathleen Kirk (from Wait! I Have a Blog?!) (11/5/2010 & 11/6/2010)
- Michael Adams’ Review of Fault Lines (The Pedestal)
- Mason Broadwell’s Review of Fault Lines (Poemeleon)
- James Reiss’s Review of Fault Lines (Gently Read Literature)
- Reviews of Lake County Diamond