Check it out, friends. This is my new baby. Big thanks to Sandy, Curtis, and Dennis for saying some kind words about these poems and photos.
This Tuesday, I’m participating along with several other poets, in a reading called “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner,” which involves poems/poets that have won awards from the St. Louis Poetry Center in the past. I was lucky enough to win the 2013 Stanley Hanks Memorial Prize from the Center. Still one of the cooler things to … More in case you were wondering
I’ll be participating in a couple of group events here in the next little while. If you’re in the area, stop by. I’ll have books and maybe even some photo prints for sale. Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 7:30 PM Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner: Prize-winning poems from the St. Louis Poetry Center The Focal Point Maplewood, … More couple of events coming up
One of the things I really like about Netflix’s Stranger Things is the idea of the upside down, a darker, stranger version of our universe. I like the idea that there are infinite landscapes behind and beneath the landscapes we can see. Whole bizarro worlds that exist in the realm of imagined impossibility. I’ve always toyed with dramatic … More in a missouri field
the museum of americana, the online literary journal I founded in 2012, is currently working with contributors to set up a series of readings around the country. Hope you’ll stop by if there’s a reading in your area. For more information about the museum, visit: http://themuseumofamericana.net
From what I can see, all that’s missing here is a parcel of poets gathered outside on hay bales, and a few old dogs sniffing around, and maybe a fire pit and a couple of prize-winning old-time fiddlers. For more information about prints, click here: https://justinhamm.net/photography/
Maybe the last sunset this factory ever saw. I went back to take some pictures just a couple of weeks later and it was completely gone. I really like pictures that feel haunted with prior activity. People occupied this place once, and they did things there, the traces of which we can still perceive by … More last sunset