Images to go with a few of my poems:

the postcard from “Elegy for Oneida Creek” (published in The Yale Review Online)

some of the photos from “In Lockdown, Looking Through Found Photographs (published in DIAGRAM)

the found photo from “Three Children Covered Half by a Thumb” (slightly altered in the poem, and published in Narrative)

counterclockwise from top left, details from paintings by Friedrich August von Kaulbach, Leopold Schmutzler, Franz von Lenbach, and Ludwig Knaus, viewed at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle and mentioned in the poem “Museum” (published in Narrative)

at left, P. R. Vallée’s Harriet Mackie (The Dead Bride) (1804, Mabel Brady Garvan Collection of the Yale University Art Gallery), on which my poem “Harriet Mackie (The Dead Bride)” is based (published in Sycamore Review); at center, Antoine-François-Jean Claudet’s [Multiple Exposures of the Moon] (1846–52, the Met), mentioned in my poem “Camera Obscura” (published in Two Peach); at right, Pierre-Louis Pierson’s Scherzo di Follia (1863–66, printed 1940s, the Met), mentioned in my poem “Lemon and Pins” (published in Cream City Review)

the spoon and friend from “Summer Letter” (published in Arcturus)

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