I was recently interviewed by The Collagist about "Stargazing," which was published in their last issue.
You can read the interview here.
Thanks to Boxcar Poetry Review for recently taking a poem.
This was nice to hear mostly because it's the last poem I've written in the last few months.
And I've been a reader of theirs for a while now.
You need to see Somewhere when you can. Sofia Coppola's slowly becoming one of the better young filmmakers out there.
I imagine Stephen Dorff was chosen specifically or the role, as if she almost wrote the movie around him, imagining not the character, but the actual man playing the parts.
And of course with Harris Savides behind the camera, you could watch it with the sound off and be happy, even if the movie wasn't great.
A lot of people won't like it. Many will write it off as a rip-off of Lost in Translation. And though it wouldn't be surprising if she ripped herself off, and it does drink from the same fountain, I think more's at stake here.
Plus it's hard not to love the clear homages to Paris, Texas and The Brown Bunny. And the feeling that the blood of De Sica, Bertolucci, and Antonioni's been coursing through her veins for a long time.
It's definitely one of my favorites of the year, to say the least, and it's something I can't wait to get once it's finally available.