The Spring/Summer 21.1 issue of Common Ground Review includes my poem, “The Long Man.”
On 10 December 2019, The Sunlight Press published my poems “Glassblower,” “Marble,” and “Miscarriage: A Nursery Rhyme” on its website. You can read them here online.
My audio essay, “Leisepark,” was featured on the Wednesday 3 p.m. Series on KCRW, the NPR affiliate in Berlin, Germany, on 14 August 2019. You can listen to me reading it (in English) at this link.
On 25 February 2019, Electric Literature published my poem “A Failed Romanticism” in its The Commuter series, which is available to read here online.
My poem, “Make It Rain,” was published in Slipstream issue #38, the “water” issue, in Summer 2018.
I contributed a guest blog post – Throwing off the Shackles of the To-Read Wish List – published by Submittable on 12 December 2017.
July 8th marked the 150th birthday of Käthe Kollwitz, the beloved German artist who many know as the sculptor of Mother with Her Dead Son, which can be seen inside Neue Wache in Berlin (though not at the moment as the memorial is under renovation).
Galerie Parterre Berlin is hosting an exhibition of Kollwitz’s work – Käthe Kollwitz und Berlin – through September 24, 2017. The gallery is situated on Danziger Strasse, on the former site of the gasworks of Prenzlauer Berg and is a fascinating space in and of itself.
Prenzlauer Berg is a fitting location for this exhibit, as Kollwitz lived in the neighborhood from 1891 through 1943, on the street that is now known as Kollwitz Strasse. The park on the street also bears her name and features a large sculpture of the artist. Continue reading “Käthe Kollwitz and Berlin: Exhibit at Galerie Parterre Berlin”
I am one of the writers interviewed by Pinar Tarhan for her article, “How 5 International Freelance Writers Got Their First Break,” over at WOW Women on Writing.
Following the publication of my translation of Ulrike Draesner’s poem, paper cone, in a recent issue, The Massachusetts Review published this interview with me over at its blog.