Here is a slow-moving video of my zuihitsuish, lazy abecedarian poem, “Through the Body’s Bramble.” This poem was published in Feral and was the final poem in the manuscript, tiny corpus, a recent runner-up finalist in Harbor Editions ’23 chapbook contest. The poem, IMHO is one of the most important in my grief work. Note there is no music, it’s just a slow-scrolling poem. I will likely be getting more “dynamic” in the near future provided YouTube cooperates. Sorry for the blur. Tech things need to be sorted. Note this is also on my Instagram page where it may be a little more clear.
Archives for March 2023
Bonemilk II from Gutslut Press | Koss
Honored to be included in this cool anthology along with lots of edgy writers. Bonemilk II is the second anthology from Gutslut Press, edited by Aimee J. Sanghvi and P.D. Hogan. I have a poem, “You, Drawing” in this issue, along with a longer, experimental grief piece, “Dreaming in Tongues” and a caged angel photo. I’m grateful that the gut sluts at Gutslut Press have the courage to publish the hard stuff. Buy it here!
Bending Genres Issue 30 | Poems
Honored to have two poems published in Bending Genres Issue 30. I’m also happy to be in the company of so many great writers including: Kim Magowan, Quinn Rennerfeldt, Hannah Greico, and many others. I’m behind in my posting and Issue 31 is live, so be sure to check that out too.
Asemic Writing in diode poetry by Koss
Very happy to have some asemic writing published in diode poetry this past December. This is the second batch of visual poems Patty Paine published (see previous issue too). For more information about asemic writing, check out this book review in Art News.