Did you catch me on episode 2 of Mychael Zulauf’s poetry podcast, So… Poetry?
Listen to me and Mychael talk about poetry and poems for an hour or so, then check out the rest of his episodes and hear all about what Baltimore poets think.
This should have been posted here months ago, but this May, Akinoga Press released my debut Chapbook, Go To the Ant, O Sluggard. The book contains a lot of complicated themes, ideas and characters, but my ‘elevator pitch’ has been that it is a book of poems about how much work sucks.
It’s 21 poems written in the ‘fib,’ form, a poetic form connected to the Fibonacci sequence. It’s a little bit weird, a little bit irreverent, and was a lot of fun to write. The first run had a lot of success, so they’re doing another small run in the next few months! I hope that you’ll check it out. (You can buy it now at the Akinoga Press online shop.)
I told y’all that I would start updating more regularly (more regularly than a year at a time).
The April edition of my monthly books column for Baltimore Gay Life is out. This month, it is a review of Andrea Gibson’s new print collection of poetry, PANSY. Check it out here.
Goodness. It has been over a year since I updated this front page/ blog section of my website. It was a wild year too. I wrapped up my MFA program, started a PhD program, left a PhD program, taught at two universities on opposite coasts, and rumbled across the U.S. and back in a Ford Focus to do so.
I just wanted to remind everyone that I do still do stuff. I work: good work at that.
I write all sorts of stuff, I take respectable street and event photography, I know my way around a communications/marketing/pr shop and I clean up nicely, should you be interested in putting me in a suit and having me tell stories for your organization. (Looking at you, employers who might stumble across this page.)
Anyway, my main intention with this landing page has always been that I would update it with my new work as I published it. I guess that means that I should share that I have been writing as the books columnist for Baltimore Gay Life for a few months now. I do review and roundups mostly, but I’m open to interviews with LGBTQ authors too, and have a couple planned on the near horizon. If you’re interested in checking that stuff out, some of it can be found here at my author page on the site (not all of it though, for wonky reasons that I’m not entirely sure of). I’ll be better at posting my new stories and article regularly here too. Promise.
I finally have a reason to be on Tumblr! If you’re interested in catching gems I come across while reading (mostly poetry and creative nonfiction) and working toward my MFA, then feel free to follow me at anthonymoll.tumblr.com.
A quick update:
- My resume is now up-to-date as of January 2012.
- Visitors can now check out some of my published creative writing.
- I’ve added a new story to my list of journalism clips (Phillip & Fred)
I hope that you will check it all out. More frequent updates are coming soon.
It looks like just about everything has found its proper place here on my portfolio.
I’m still waiting on approval to post an incredible video that I did for the Human Rights Campaign, and I’ll be tweaking some of visual elements of the site, but otherwise I would say that everything is updated and in working order here at AnthonyMoll.com
If I am wrong, and you come across anything that looks out of place to you, don’t hesitate to reach out and let me know!