Sneak Preview: The Field Between Us

In the days before the launch of Our Sudden Museum, my forthcoming collection of poems, I'm posting audio of some of them. This poem, "The Field Between Us," was sparked (pun intended) while considering the magnetism—so palpable and nearly visible—when we lose someone. Hope you enjoy it. And if you don't, that's cool, too. https://soundcloud.com/robert-fanning/robert-fanning-the-field-between-us?in=robert-fanning/sets/poems-from-our-sudden-museum  

3…2…1…Launch

Hi all, Here at AWP in Washington DC, where I'll launch my third full length collection of poems. Hope to see you! On Thursday, February 9, 2:30-4:00pm, I'll be at the Salmon Poetry Booth in the Book Fair (#509) signing copies of my book. Please come by so I can say HI and give you … Continue reading 3…2…1…Launch

The Seed Thieves Revisited: Blueprint of the Ruins

To join with those all around the globe celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Seed Thieves, my first collection of poems,  I have decided I will share a weekly poem from the collection with some insider information, because 1) why not, and 2) I’m weary of how so many dozens of famous critics have misread my work over the … Continue reading The Seed Thieves Revisited: Blueprint of the Ruins

The Seed Thieves—Revisited: The Messiah Complex

To join with those all around the globe celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Seed Thieves, my first collection of poems,  I have decided I will share a weekly poem from the collection with some insider information, because 1) why not, and 2) I’m weary of how so many dozens of famous critics have misread my work over the … Continue reading The Seed Thieves—Revisited: The Messiah Complex

The Seed Thieves—Revisited: Scarecrow Cross

To join with those all around the globe celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Seed Thieves, my first collection of poems,  I have decided I will share a weekly poem from the collection with some insider information, because 1) why not, and 2) I'm weary of how so many dozens of famous critics have misread my work over the … Continue reading The Seed Thieves—Revisited: Scarecrow Cross