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Monday, January 14, 2019

Pittsburgh Poetry Houses

Ever since I heard of the Pittsburgh Poetry Houses, I wanted to be a part of it. Self-described as " A few tiny houses scattered about the city of Pittsburgh each with four poems free for the taking," this is an admirable public art project. AND one of those tiny colorful houses is at Randyland, eeek!

So it's with a real thrill that I announce that editor Sarah Boyle selected my poem "Nocturne without Counterexample" for inclusion (previously published in the Baltimore Review). That means my poem has been to Randyland, though I have not (yet)!

Check out the whole issue. Or all the issues--go for it! Each poem is short because it needs to fit on a small paper to go in the tiny houses, so if you want shorter poems, this is your source.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Whiteout Reviewed in Poetry Northwest

I'm feeling very fortunate to have had Martha Silano review Whiteout for Poetry Northwest. Silano writes, "Goodfellow’s incorporation of etymologies and use of sound orchestration lend an exquisite beauty to these poems." She does a stellar job of explaining what Whiteout is about, in case you are wondering, so please take a moment to look at this review. 

It's such a good feeling to be understood by an insightful reader. 

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Two Centos @ Sidereal Magazine

What a day! Two centos are up at Sidereal Magazine, thanks to editor Katie Mertz.

How I Know My Grief @ Superstition Review

Hey, friends. I have a new poem out (along with a recording of it) at Superstition Review. The poem is called "How I Know My Grief."   Thanks to editor Patricia Murphy for selecting it.

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Poetry Singles Poem a Day

I just discovered a new daily poem podcast, Poetry Singles Poem a Day, hosted by Eric Olsen. Someone showed it to me because one of my poems "Test" (from Whiteout) was read there last week. After I listened to the pleasant voice of the host, I subscribed in iTunes. You can subscribe at a number of places, if interested.