Recording a new EP: Singing Is Contagious. Surreal and funky, with an edge of post-punk and my usual atmospherics. More to come.
I’ve finished the manuscript for my memoir-in-essays, tentatively entitled Fatherhood Is Learning. The book gathers newly-revised versions of my essays that appeared in STAND Magazine and On Being, plus lots of new material that will appear for the very first time. Now to shop it around…
A beautiful reflection on stay-at-home fatherhood and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, by Ryan Park, a former clerk to the late Supreme Court Justice.
I’m a bit late in sharing this, but there’s a nice quote from me in a recent article over at Fatherly, “How I Want to Be Celebrated for Father’s Day.”
I’m quoted in the first “What Dads Really Want” box, where I reflect some of the everyday gifts hidden in plain sight that I now appreciate all the more since the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today is Poem In Your Pocket Day, part of National Poetry Month!
If you don’t have a poem handy for your pocket, here’s one that I wrote: a poem about poems kept safe in pockets, called “Solidarity.”
Read it here. (You can hear a song version, too.)