Phosphorescence Poetry Reading Series: May 2022
View the recording of a virtual reading featuring myself, Meg Kearney, and Denise Low as part of the Emily Dickinson Museum's poetry reading series.
Book Riot: 9 Poetry Books That Capture the Black Experience
[T]hese particular poems make me understand that my lived experiences aren’t supposed to be in a box. In fact, they can be lively, intimate, fulfilling and experiences that are instrumental to my growth as a reader and a person.
Poetry We Admire: Food & Family
For our November Poetry We Admire, we have rounded up some of the best new poems we could find out there around the theme of Food & Family.
Write or Die Tribe: What It's Like to Release Your Debut Poetry Collection During A Pandemic: 20 Poets Respond
See what 20 poets had to say about releasing their debut collection during the pandemic, from the disappointments to the hopefulness.
What to Read When You Want to Celebrate Poetry
[W]e’ve asked our editors to share new and forthcoming collections from poets we love and admire that we’re especially excited about.
The Skinny Poetry Journal:
The Dandelion Speaks of Survival
Review by Curtis L. Crisler
Quintin’s vulnerability and love for place takes us back, then moves us forward, singing names we take for granted.
Brookline Booksmith: Reading with Porsha Olayiwola & José Olivarez
View the recording of my in-person reading with Porsha and José as part of Booksmith's Third Thursdays Poetry Series.
The Notebooks Collective: Reading & Conversation with Daniel B. Summerhill & José Angel Araguz
View the recording of a reading and conversation featuring myself, Daniel B. Summerhill, and José Angel Araguz.
The Friday Influence:
writer feature: Quintin Collins
On the page, Collins’ work is marked by a direct engagement with the physical world, lingering over it with a curious attention that pays off in nuanced and fateful meaning.