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Publication and Collaboration Updates

NEW WORK AND UPDATES

 

I am very excited to share that I have new work forthcoming this year in Bennington Review, West Branch, and New American Writing.

 

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Delighted to have a poem "the uncertainty principle in the pulse" in the recent issue of Denver Quarterly, fall 2018.

 

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Five poems from my clock series were recently published in the online issue of Interim: A Journal of Poetry and Poetics this fall (2018)-- honored to be included here.

 

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I have a selection of clock poems, part of a manuscript in progress, included in the the luscious new VOLT magazine, issue 22. Gratitude. VOLT is one of my favorite journals and these are in amazing company.

 

 

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Honored to have been part of the collaborative project "The Vote", the first collaborative projected curated by PURR (Poets United to Read Rouse Resist) in March of 2017. Read about the project on Facebook here.

 

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So delighted to be have been part of "Word and Sound," an amazing night of poetry and music performances by women artists at Beacon Sound in February, 2017.

 

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Thank you thank you Playa! In fall 2016 I spent a two-week residency at Playa writing in this beautiful high desert retreat among other writers, artists, and scientists. I'm so grateful for this focused time on my manuscript. It's moving along.

 

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This poem "Post reef pre-incanted" was featured in May on the Dusie blog and listserve, poem #164 in the Tuesday poem series!

 

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Multnomah County Library posted a podcast of this fun reading I participated in during National Poetry Month:
April 30, 2016 reading of Portland Poets Carl Adamshick, Emily Kendal Frey, Endi Bogue Hartigan, Dao Strom


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Honored to have a poem--"Everything that is not a goldfish"-- in the new issue of Denver Quarterly, Volume 50, No. 2.

 

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Thanks to Kent Shaw at The Rumpus for this review of Pool [5 choruses] , where he talks about sonic "sense-making" in the poems and delves into questions such a "What is the conceptual center of togetherness and chorus and "all" and collective?"and "What about a collective modeled from a field of poppies? Could all those poppies, all the activities among poppies, a woman on a horse riding through, people walking through, the look of other poppies up against the poppies that are further out, fit into the figure you call "poppies" or should it be "field of poppies"? How many poppies?"

 

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A couple new poems in the spring 2015 magazine Picture Sentence, a journal focused on dialogue in the arts in the Pacific Northwest.

 

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Thanks to Jacket 2 for publishing this interview on Pool [5 choruses] and more: 'Iterations and interstices: Endi Bogue Hartigan on fields and crowds and more,' conducted by Eliza Rotterman. And many thanks to Eliza Rotterman for this conversation.

 

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Literary Arts has posted perceptive comments from the judge of this year's Oregon Book Award for poetry, Brenda Shaughnessy, including comments on the winning book, Sorrow Arrow by Emily Kendal Frey, and the finalists: Still Life with Judas and Lightening by Dawn Diez Willis, Turn by Amy Chin-Tanner, The Book of Joshua by Zachary Schomburgy, and my own Pool [5 Choruses] . Here is an excerpt of Brenda's comments about Pool :

"Something between an opera and an ancient yet intergalactic storytelling hour at the sensation-loving intelligentsia's village tavern, with several versions of everything since why not? This poet is capable of it, after all. Each phrase is a startle, a buzz, a deepening, or a smooth, but what is the accumulation of such disparate magics? Nothing less than jaw-dropping beauty, in choruses, pooled into a body of water/writing that always contests its own boundaries,...."

 

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One of my favorite creative experiences recently: performing with artists Dawn Stoppiello (dance) and Ajna Lichau (video/mixed media) through the Pure Surface series in May, 2015 in a world of vertical gardens, word/flower clusters, inter-splicing clocks.