The Penny Poet of Portsmouth gets a wonderful write-up as a Tuesday Stories feature in the Boston Globe, with thanks to writer James Sullivan and photographer Jonathan Wiggs.
The Penny Poet of Portsmouth was named a Best Book of 2016 in Non-Fiction by Entropy Magazine. There are some outstanding books on this list, and it is an honor to be among them.
The Penny Poet of Portsmouth has been named a Best Under-Recognized Book of 2016 by Longreads and makes the best of 2016 Indie Presses list from Book Riot.
Great quality video of my reading from The Penny Poet of Portsmouth at my Water Street Bookstore event with the book’s hardback tour, with thanks to Exeter TV98.
A conversation with Virginia Prescott, Word of Mouth host, about The Penny Poet of Portsmouth. I was delighted to have a recording of Robert Dunn reading one of his poems included.
The first chapter of The Penny Poet of Portsmouth is up as a feature on Literary Hub with a cool photo of a scene a couple of blocks from my house.
Michele Filgate has put together the brilliant Red Ink Series of panels with women writers in New York City. I appeared on the launch panel for this series with Leslie Jamison and Angela Flournoy, and our topic was writers and solitude.
Interview with Peter Biello of New Hampshire Public Radio on The Bookshelf. We talk about what happens when a small city gets gentrified, writing mentors, and of course the Penny Poet.
Essay on my passion for bird watching and other writers who share it, including interviews with Margaret Atwood, Howard Norman, and Nell Zink, published on LitHub.
A poem on the changed world following the 2016 election, published by Poetry International.