Reading His Poetry


These deceptively playful rhymed poems are small fables of everyday existence. In these lively readings, one character receives a visit from a provocative and troubled acquaintance; another’s bundled shadow takes him on a walk through a raw fall day. And in “Omnivore,” one of Narrative’s Top 5 Poems of the Week last year, a guiding principle is revealed: “I eat what’s put in front of me . . . feed yourself or die.”

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