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  • I reviewed Matthew Rohrer’s latest book, The Others (Wave Press 2017), for Yes Poetry. You can read it here: http://www.yespoetry.com/news/review-of-matthew-rohrers-the-others  

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  • How do I enter a poem critically when I find it so perfect to the point of being confounded? Hearing “Somebody Blew Up America” being read by its author, Amiri Baraka, made me want to stand up in my cubicle and scream out “Whooooooo” myself – and for better or worse this wouldn’t be the […]

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  • In Nathaniel Mackey’s poem “Sound and Sentience” I found a familiar connection between the field of composition captured by Olson and the field of tonal dynamics brought to life in the broader Splay Anthem collection. “Sound and Sentience” is placed on the page in such a way as to remind the reader of the registry […]

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  • This week’s micro essay examines Joanne Kyger’s poem, titled: Very Important & Natural Absorbed in People Magazine Beyond Giddy Following the examination, I have provided a re-engineered take on this poem of my own creation. The first thing I notice is the sarcasm within the title, which feels less like a title to me, and […]

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  • I’m excited to announce that I’ll have several pieces on hand as part of this Blockfort juried exhibition. Hope you can make it! Full details at this event page link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1739068486399557/ Blockfort is an artist run studio and gallery space in Columbus, OH. More information about their many amazing events and exhibition opportunities can be found […]

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  • Kyger “seventy-seven…” response by Andrew Miller Coming across Kyger’s poem “Seventy-Seven Beautiful and Adorable Things for Arthur Okamura’s 77th Birthday” was very interesting given its construction as a list, and it reminded me of some points that were made by my cohort member, Dameion Wagner, about how wide ranging Kyger is without ever being demoted […]

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  • My selection for this week’s paired reading is Joanne Kyger’s poems “The Art of Living Slowly” and “Summer Sorting”; which appear back to back within her collection On Time. While I have noticed the connection of Kyger’s work to Niedecker and Olson (among many others), I think what is interesting is how often her poems […]

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  • Place as Bioregion, Poems as Series “From I-94” Paw Paw, the Pokagon Great migrations to the House of David sent the seventh messenger the Christian commune amusement park now this Potawatomi Zoo Michiana mish mash the bluff and the casino Shinglediggens capital cut through red oak and red bud shipped to St. Lawrence profits and […]

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  • Lorine Niedecker “Lake Superior” by Andrew Miller I entered into “Lake Superior” as a displaced Michigander, whose final earthly wish is to have my ashes set a float on a lake breeze, landing where they may along the coast. Niedecker has provided me a far better eulogy for that eventual event than Hemingway’s “The Big […]

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  • Comparative Criticism of Charles Olson by Andrew Miller Olson’s use of the stasis of the moon as a prominent phanopoeia in the two pieces selected for this close reading may seem a bit on-the-nose, but I was interested in how two similar openings can lead a reader through significantly different narratives. In “Moonset, Gloucester, December […]

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  • Charles Olson Selected Poems – “The Lamp” by Andrew Miller Olson’s “The Lamp” (Selected Poems 1993 ed.) is an interesting example of projective verse both in the meaning ascribed by Olson in his manifesto, but also in a very literal way as we see this projection of energy, power, and life behind the meaning of […]

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  • I was honored to have the chance to be interviewed by The Ohio Channel about my artwork and participation in the After Hours Exhibit. I noticed something interesting in this video that I clearly perked up talking about writing and art, as opposed to the day-job. Maybe I should take a hint, from myself… Anyhow, […]

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  • I’m honored to have been invited by Gramercy Books in Bexley, OH to participate in their Local Author Festival this coming Saturday, August 12, from 4-6. I hope you’ll consider coming out and saying hello. I’ll have books on hand to sell and to sign, as well as the rest of the stores amazing collection […]

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  • I hope that I never get to a point in my writing and photography life where I no longer get excited to have my book show up on an indie bookseller’s shelf. This photo comes from my friend (and fellow writer) Michael J. Seidlinger who was visiting Powell’s in Portland, OR when he took this […]

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  • The editors over at The Fanzine saw fit to publish a recent essay of mine and I wanted to share that with you. I’m really grateful for them seeing my piece as one to share. I’m amongst some literary giants out there, so after you read my piece, check out the rest of the work […]

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  • I’m excited to announce that the photography series I had accepted by the California State University journal, Watershed Review, for inclusion in the Spring 2017 edition, is now available. You can find an amazing selection of visual arts and literature in each volume of the review. I’m honored my contribution was accepted. You can view the […]

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  • It’s been a long time since my last video. This one was originally recorded via cell-phone by my mother-in-law Holly, of me talking art, writing, and unionism at the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery. I was thankful to have my piece selected as part of the juried After Hours show. Below is the list of […]

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Industrial Worker

  • The I.W.W. has been publishing the newspaper (and now in magazine format) Industrial Worker almost as long as the union has been around – since 1905. If you’re interested in better understanding what radical unionism is, and how it works for wage slaves like us, then you’d be well served to subscribe. Anyhow, I’ve got […]

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I.W.W. Audio Pieces

  • As a proud member of the Industrial Workers of the World, I was excited to participate in some audio recordings of literature pieces published by my fellow workers. The I.W.W. is always looking to add workers to its ranks and you might want to give these a listen and think it over for yourself. An […]

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Watershed Review

  • I’m really excited to announce that I’ve had a series of photographs accepted into the forthcoming Watershed Review literary journal published by the California State University in Chico. I believe the spring edition will be out in May so I’ll keep everyone updated as to when that happens so you can pick up a copy […]

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Por Que No

  • Although I have used a pseudonym, I still thought it was worthy of sharing with you all that I’ve got a new book out as a modern tribute to a favorite erotica author, Anais Nin. Her book, Little Birds, was a favorite fascination of mine during formative pubescent years and here’s hoping someone, somewhere, finds this […]

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  • The Ohio Arts Council is hosting an exhibition tour on May 5 at the Riffe Gallery which I’m honored to both be a part of, and thankful for their request to utilize my piece for their outreach material. Facebook event page information is available here. As part of the May 5 tour I’ll be speaking […]

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  • While I’m certain it hurts the credibility of the review when I lay it out like this, but my friend and fellow writer Charlie has launched his online version of his pop-up shop Bookspace which includes a fantastic review of my book, If Only The Names Were Changed. Assuming you have some similar interests as […]

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  • I thought I’d wade into the current conversations going on regarding violence within the leftist, activist movement, and whether or not it is justified. Furthermore, is it a Machiavellian justification, the ends justify the means, or is it a Kantian necessity. I recently saw this video posted up by a family member of a man […]

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  • My Syllabus: Activism

    For one of the most educated communities in the country I was about to learn just how gullible people can be when they focus only on their bank statements. This is a lesson that has been taught and re-taught over time, particularly with recent elections and political stances. Several years ago I began writing commentary […]

  • WordCarver Podcast

    This interview took place a couple months ago but has now made it onto SoundCloud so you can listen to it if you were unable to catch it on-air here in Ohio. I so appreciate the thoughtful questions and interest expressed by WordCarver host and author Cynthia King Rosi. For more interviews and literary reviews, […]

  • My Syllabus Launch – Episode 1: International Workers Revolution

    I launched a YouTube channel called My Syllabus this week. While I have no idea what I’m doing I want to figure out this medium and hopefully you’ll provide feedback as well so it gets better and more useful. To start I’m planning it to be an exploration of ideas that interest me, from poetry to […]

  • Eduardo Pavez Goye Book Review

    One of my favorite YouTube creators is the Chilean playwright, author, musician and photographer Eduardo Pavez Goye. If you’re unfamiliar with him then I highly recommend that you subscribe to his channel when you visit the video below. A month or so ago I sent him a copy of If Only The Names Were Changed […]

  • 2016 Beachie Award

    I’m really excited to announce that my book was chosen by alt-lit reviewer Beach Sloth for a 2016 Beachie Award.   “Best Novel (Male): Andrew Miller’s If Only The Names Were Changed– I began the book knowing nothing and by the end I knew it all. This is a book that consumes the reader whole […]

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Swimmers Club 7-up

  • I was honored to have been selected as the inaugural interviewee for the Dostoyevsky Wannabe new feature – Swimmers Club 7-up – wherein I talk about seven things currently occupying my mind and energy. Hope you check it out along with all the other great content they’ve got by clicking here http://swimmersclub.co.uk/7up/am1

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