Click below to hear me talk about cruelty with Patrick Culliton and Jay Varner. You can also hear me read my poem, “The Pilot’s Voice.”
Our quarterly Poetry and Fiction night is just around the corner - hope to see you fine folks on Friday, October 18th.
The second portion of this event will be an open stage for writers to share their work, approximately around 9pm.
Sign-up with Marian / seating at 7:30, and we’ll start the evening at 8 (free!).
- AQP Collective
I am a poet. I was born in Covington, Virginia in 1977.
I edited and founded the little magazine Call: Review (2003-2006) while living in New York City.
I earned my PhD from the European Graduate School (2007), studying under Giorgio Agamben and other thinkers.
I am the author of three collections of poetry, all of which are hand-made: Atelier (2005), Persephone (2006), and Field (2008). These three books are part of a larger series of thirteen books. Each book has been/will be written by a different character: Atelier was written by Claire Lux, Persephone was written by Hannah Nijinsky, and Field was written by Eric Reburn. Each book also has/will have an audio and video component—for every book, there is an accompanying album and movie of the same name.
I currently live in Crozet, Virginia.
- European Graduate School
- University of Virginia