In 2011, I founded the Found Poetry Review, the first literary journal of its kind dedicated to publishing found and erasure poetry. As the editor-in-chief, I oversee major aspects of the journal, including promotion, submissions management, editorial review, social media and online outreach, and cover design and page layout.
I also lead special projects, including two related to National Poetry Month. In 2013, I led the launch of Pulitzer Remix, an initiative that united 85 poets to write and post one found poem per day from the 85 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction-winning source texts during the month of April. The initiative resulted in the creation of more than 2,500 poems, which attracted 175,000 page views and more than 12,000 comments.
In 2012, I coordinated a successful Kickstarter-funded campaign for the Found Poetry Project, an initiative that distributed 500 found poetry kits in communities across the U.S. and abroad. Kit finders wrote poems from the materials in their kits and submitted the resulting poems on the project’s website.
For more information, visit the Found Poetry Review website.