Amy Fusselman, editor of Ohio Edit, was kind enough to write a brief review of my upcoming collection American Lotus, and also to reprint a couple of poems from that collection: http://ohioedit.com/2018/03/07/two-poems-by-kevin-casey-2/
New from Kelsay Books, a full-length poetry collection now available for order!
“A New Language” and “Love Triangle Sonnet” will appear in The Sunlight Press, and “On an Invasive Species” has been accepted by Switchback. “Buried Treasure” has been accepted for an upcoming issue of The Columbia Review, and Mantis will be publishing “The Natural History of Stones.” “Sublimation” will make an appearance in Bad Pony soon, and “Indigo Warp, White Weft” will be published in California Quarterly. Rockvale Review will be publishing “Tablelands Sonnet,” and both “Reconciliation” and “Background Music” have been accepted for publication by Southlight.
“Ironbound Pond, Somerset County” will be appearing in the Hamilton Stone Review, and both “Left to my own devices,” and “As Things Progress” have been accepted for publication by Left Hooks. “Collision” will be printed in an upcoming issue of Bookends Review, and the Write City Magazine from the Chicago Writers’ Association will be publishing “Harvesting Garlic” and “Reverie: Afternoon Nap.” “In Winter, Twenty Years Later” has been accepted by Amy Kinsman for Riggwelter, and “Bluing,” “A Simple Gift,” and “Black Rat Snake” will appear soon in Ben Banyard’s excellent “Clear Poetry.”
A couple of new poems are up at the fine “Left Hooks.”