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Links

A friend tells me I should organize these links. It's true, I should. I haven't yet.

Provisional essay: "Setting and Social Class: Toward a Reading of Some Anglophone New Brunswick Poets." This link will take you through to the table of contents, so you can read the issue of Hamilton Arts and Letters to your heart's content. (In case you're reading from the UK, please note that, while I use Oxford commas, Canuck editorial standards do not include Oxford commas. I hope your eyes don't hurt.) https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal-magazine-issue-11-3/-hal-magazine-issue-eleven3-cover.html

 

Recent poems in The Maynard Review: http://www.themaynard.org/Vol11No1/FirstUltrasound.php and http://www.themaynard.org/Vol11No1/SecondUltrasound.php

Co-authored research article about anti-racism and spaceships (paywall, unless you have university library access): https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1369801X.2018.1492434

 

Blog interview: http://www.oscarmartens.com/2017/01/

A story, originally published in the paper magazine: https://feathertale.com/short-fiction/gifted-surgeon-can-reverse/

 

Soprano Anna Dennis sings the musical take-off from my riff on Goethe's "Welcome and Parting": http://www.annakrause.com/2015/05/welcome-and-parting-recording-posted.html

BBC Singers perform "Old Woman Dredges the River" (words mine, music Anna Krause): http://www.annakrause.com/2014/07/new-recording-with-bbc-singers.html

First lecture in a series for secondary school students (with the subsequent lectures hiding behind a modest paywall): https://www.massolit.io/lecturers/16

My ​book, just in case your local library wants to order a copy: http://www.signature-editions.com/index.php/books/single_title/both_boys_climb_trees_they_cant_climb_down

I've left out a lot of links to published poetry, etc, because they appear early in the search results if you Google my name anyway. If you poke around a little, you'll find I was once published beside John Ashbery in Wave Composition, which was really just luck, but still made me feel overwhelmingly happy.