Impersonation & Manual Random Hill in Public Pool

Thrilled to have some poems up in Public Pool alongside many writers I really admire. Also, I have been using this image of me at a printing press for an author photo lately, and just realized it contains my “concentrating face.”
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OHM SWEET OHM prints

I made some Kraftwerk-inspired prints in advance of our repeat performance of the Handcrafted Rhetorics workshop at CCCC in Portland this year. 20 in each of these colorways and 5 on black with white and red (not pictured). Patrick Williams on Twitter made some Kraftwerk-inspired prints for our #4c17 _2017-02-21_12-26-31
If you want one, they’re $5 and available here!

Two poems at Sea Foam Magazine

Excited to have two poems up at Sea Foam Magazine today, “I’m a Sleepwalking Cheetah With a Heart Full of Lip Balm,” which is relatively new, and “Big Money for Broken Gold,” which I wrote in like 2013.

The Broken Record I Want To Sound Like in The Birds We Piled Loosely

I have a long (for me) poem in the latest “sexy” issue of The Birds We Piled Loosely.

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I’m thinking I may rework this one as a looping/never ending electronic piece during National Poetry Month, just need to write a much longer version first!

Here’s the actual record this poem is based on:

Putting On Mourning for Aelis, from typewriter.city

2017 is going to be an exciting year, and part of that excitement comes from a new thing I am doing. In early 2016 i invested a paycheck from a freelance gig from a major publishing house in a screenprinting set up and decent printer, with the intention of starting a tiny little press.

The result is typewriter.city, and the first title is Katharine Diehl’s PUTTING ON MOURNING FOR AELIS, which is a freaky, witchy little book of poems. I’m thrilled with how it came out, and they’ve been flying off the proverbial shelves. Get yours before I run out! Only 60 were made.

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Three poems & some audio at Hot Tub Astronaut

Jess at Hot Tub Astronaut recently published three new poems of mine, mostly written in response to the Poetry Prompt Generator I build for the Found Poetry Review earlier this year.

Also, HTA paired some rehearsal recordings of the sound performance I did in Brooklyn in May as a soundtrack to the pieces, so you have something to listen to while you read some poems based on 100 year old stationery and automotive periodicals.

WordPress Adapted from: Esquire by Matthew Buchanan.