Interviews / Reviews
"We Defy Augury" on Rattle Poetry's POETS RESPOND
"We Defy Augury"
Honored to have the poem above, written in the wake of the inauguration, published by Rattle Poetry through their Poets Respond project.
THE LORDS OF LAMBEAU: On Family, Fate, and Packers Football
I wrote an essay for Harper's Magazine on the Green Bay Packers and the state of football.
Poem In Anthology
WAR NO MORE: THREE CENTURIES OF AMERICAN ANTIWAR AND PEACE WRITING
I'm honored to have a poem, titled "That Particular Village," included in this beautiful and vital Library of America anthology, edited by Lawrence Rosenwald:
Stephen Burt: "I would traipse through lots of cornstalks to get to that ending."
IN THE SILENCE OF THE MIGRATED BIRDS
The title is from a line by Austin's father, the poet Daniel Smith, and its principle subject is rural life.
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