12.05.15 Announced as Frogpond Editor for Haiku Society of America.
12.01.15 Received a Pushcart Nomination from The Mondegreen
12.01.15 A Hundred Gourds 5:1, my final issue as haiga editor, released.
11.14.15 Featured reader along with Jim Warner, Beth Gilstrap, and Steph Post at Scuppernong Books (Greensboro, NC).
10.30.15 Publication – Frogpond 38:3 released.
10.14-18.15 Attended and presented at Haiku North America 2015 (Schenectady, NY).
10.01.15 Publication – My chapbook Out of Translation released by Kattywompus Press
09.28.15 Citizen Lit launched.
09.01.15 A Hundred Gourds 4:4 released
08.30.15 Publication – Wyvern Lit Issue 6 released
08.21.15 Publication – My essay “Clarity in the Unsaid” translated and reprinted in Haiku Reality 12.20
08.19.15 Featured reader at a Holler Salon along with David Mathews and Maria Hlohowskyj at Firefly Farms (Knoxville, TN).
08.05.15 Nominated for Frogpond Editor by Haiku Society of America’s nominating committee.
07.15-18.15 Chaperoned Breaking Ground Poets team at Youth Speaks Brave New Voices slam competition and festival (Atlanta, GA).
07.15.15 Publication – Bones 7 released.
07.15.15 Publication – The Mondegreen #3 released
07.10-12.15 Attended Biannual haiku retreat in Mineral Point, Wisconsin.
06.28.15 Received Grand Prize for Wyvern Lit’s first annual flash fiction contest.
06.27.15 Read for Breaking Boundaries benefit to support the Breaking Grounds Poets’ trip to Atlanta for the Youth Speaks Brave New Voices slam competition.
06.01.15 A Hundred Gourds 4:3 released.
05.17.15 Read at annual marathon reading at Olbrich Gardens (Madison, WI).
05.01.15 Juxtapositions: A Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship 1.1 released.
04.08-11.15 Attended AWP 2015 (Minneapolis, MN) and worked at Quiddity‘s booth.
03.22.15 Publication – “Voice Mail from the end of the End of the Earth” released on Whiskey Paper.
03.21.15 Attended Voices of the Middle West (Ann Arbor, MI) and worked at Quiddity‘s book table.
03.01.15 A Hundred Gourds 4:2 released, including my feature “The Seabeck Haiku Getaway: an interview with Michael Dylan Welch”