I'd like to dedicate this version to my mother and my sister, who are fluent in the languages of love, care, and mourning.
100,000+ and counting. With apologies to W.H. Auden (1907–1973) and every Auden purist.
A new published poem by me in Visual verse, inspired by an image by Michael Easterling.
No-poesía diaria via Whatsapp.
Walt sits and looks out.
For Emily, home is a holy thing.
The question these mornings of birdsong
I woke up this morning thinking/T.S. Eliot had no clue
We should have known it well
A poem in draft form.
Here I share with you the Introduction I wrote for The Strip Hay(na)ku Project. A collaborative experiment in sequential graphic poetics (Meritage Press & L/O/C/P, 2019).
Meritage Press and Laughing/Ouch/Cube/Publications are pleased to announce the release of The Strip Hay(na)ku Project, a collection of hay(na)ku poems in comic strip form, edited and co-created by Ernesto Priego with contributors.