What is the role of art in navigating national, ancestral, and personal reconciliation? Check out my new poem "Questioning Plates," as well as a writing prompt, that explores that question.
Check out this Advent pandemic poem, which is one of my attempts at putting the past two years into words.
Many of us are quite preoccupied this week with holiday preparations. Yet I imagine many of us also yearn for some quiet space in the New Year for reflection. Haiku is a perfect form for this practice. Read on to learn more.
I'm offering some brand new events, which is a key way I seek to "connect curious people with prayer and poetry so that we can find our true homes." I'd love to have you join me!
Check out my new poem "A Protestant Talks with Saint Rocco," and learn more about the poetic form called golden shovel.
Place. Relationship. Faith. Neurodiversity. Creative practices. Advice for new poets--poetry couple Jon and Elisa Rowe explore all this, and more, in this interview :).
Check out these two new poems on the aging process, hitting our limits, and finding God in those in-between spaces.
How do we process unanswered questions and gaps in memory, especially regarding war and wounds? Pastor Poet Patrick Hansel gives us some clues in his new book Quitting Time.
A poem of mine about the experience of centering prayer.
How does poetry help us to know God, as well as ourselves? And how can we find new treasures in ancient words? This Trinity Sunday sermon, which weaves together ancient and more modern poetry, explores these questions through three key Biblical words.