Update: Georgia State Archive, reading with Dustin Lance Black, a new review
|One of the boxes of my writing, which is now part |
of the permanent collection at Georgia State University.
Speaking of being gobsmacked, add this to the list: I'll be reading with Oscar-winning screenwriter and now memoirist Dustin Lance Black at the Polari series on June 10 at Southbank Centre in London. Tickets are expected to sell out soon, so get yours at this link if you'll be in London.
Ann Wehrman has written a generous review of "Midnight in a Perfect World" in the latest issue of The Pedestal: "Kelley writes in an open, natural, and deeply personal manner. His poems feel compelled, as if the speaker is pouring out his heart to a friend as they sit together at a bar over drinks or share a long walk over frost-bound fields. Direct, even blatant in language and subject matter, although restrained by the poet’s mature self-awareness, the poems rush forth like a flooding creek." Read the full review at this link.
As a reminder, I'll be at AWP and the No Fair/Fair in Portland, OR next week. You can see my full schedule of appearances at this link. See you soon, poets!