My poem, “Hiking in the Anthropocene,” has been published by EcoTheo Review. I wrote the poem in the forest pictured below on an Appalachian mountain after surviving a flood. I’m honored EcoTheo chose to share it.
I’m very happy my poem, “Hiking in the Anthropocene,” will be published by EcoTheo Review. I wrote the poem in a forest and thought EcoTheo would be the perfect home for it.
Poet and AGNI Assistant Editor, Esteban Rodriguez, graciously invited me to participate in his first book micro-essay series at EcoTheo Review. I wrote about the journey to publication for my debut poetry collection, Give the Bard a Tetanus Shot.
Today’s edition of The Charleston Gazette-Mail newspaper includes an article about my book launch event at Appalachian Tea this Saturday, Nov. 9th. It’s on page 3D of the print edition and you can read it online here.
“As West Virginia writer V.C. McCabe put it, her hometown hot dog stand was a ‘building of memories.’” –Southern Foodways Article by Emily Hilliard, WV State Folklorist My full answer to her question about why hot dog stands are so beloved in WV was: “comfort food, nostalgic of family picnics, and are community hubsContinue reading “Quoted by WV State Folklorist”