This week on The Humble Essayist… The featured paragraph (and accompanying commentary) is from Kathryn Winograd‘s essay “Birds and Nietzsche” from her collection Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation. Check it out here. *** “Here is my image of you: standing on our precarious rocking chair, me steadying it, and you rolling the naked bird so lightly from your […]
“Phantom Canyon [by Kathryn Winograd] is a rich read, not an easy one. It can be almost painfully introspective, and is occasionally so abstract as to almost come untethered. Almost. It always lands safely, grounded by earth and life itself. The narrative has a rhythm like a heartbeat, a pulsing meditation on how to live with […]
Michael J Henry reads a poem from Gone West, a narrative modern ballet collaboration with Garrett Ammon at Wonderbound. They have more shows this weekend-truly one of the best performances of the year.
Sigman Byrd’s poem “The Company” is featured on today’s Poetry Daily website. Sigman is one of the poets included in the Rocky Mountain Poetry Series subscription, and his collection Wake Up, Sleepwalker is forthcoming from Conundrum Press. The Company We believed in the company as permanent gravity, as sacrament, and got the job done. We were given the memo […]
Kathryn Winograd’s poetry chapbook, one bird tilted, is a semi-finalist for Grayson Books Chapbook contest…final decision pending!
Kathryn Winograd’s poetry chapbook, one bird tilted, is one of 22 semi-finalists out of 220 submissions for the Grayson Books Chapbook contest, Edwina Trentham, judge. Decision pending! Congratulations, Kathryn! We’re rooting for you! Check out her beautiful collection of lyric essays, Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation, just released this month!
Some fun press tidbits surrounding Kathryn Winograd’s lyric essay “Bathing,” which is included in her newest book Phantom Canyon. Ginger Moran’s Fiction & Memoir-5 Ways to Write and 3 Paths to Publish: Recommended Reading Writing Center Underground’s In Conclusion: Tips to Create a Memorable Ending for Your Narrative Essay And some loving from the Twitter world: […]
Robert McBrearty‘s short story “What Happened to Laura?” won the Wilda Hearne Flash Fiction Award. The story will be published in the journal Big Muddy. Congratulations, Robert!
Jill Christman from Essay Daily on Kathy Winograd’s lyric essay “Bathing”: There’s a new collection of page-turning lyric essays hitting the shelves this month. Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation, by Kathryn Winograd, is already enjoying a “soft release” from Conundrum Press at this posting, and you should be able to find it anywhere by February. You […]