Glad to have my essay, “Washington, DC, March 2017,” up at Narrative. Many thanks to the editors!
Thank you to the editors of The Common for including my poem, “Following My Daughter’s Fitting for a Prosthetic Eye,” in the Dispatches series!
Many thanks to Lisa Roney at The Florida Review for running my essay, “Among Schoolchildren,” in Aquifer, the journal’s online companion.
Many thanks to Daniel Simon at World Literature Today for featuring my poem, “Quinta del Sordo,” online this week!
Many thanks to the editors of Broad Street for including my poem, “Gorbachev’s Birthmark” in their Rivals & Players issue!
Jan. 31 – “Art as Grit: The Siege of Leningrad in Music and Poetry” Experience UWF Downtown welcomes our third installment of the season on Thursday, Jan. 31 at Old Christ Church. The event will showcase a collaboration of music, poetry and dialogue. “Art as Grit: The Siege of Leningrad in Music and Poetry” explores…
Check out the current issue of The Mississippi Review. Lot’s of wonderful new work. I’m glad to have a poem included among such a strong group of writers.
My book of sonnets, Barbarossa: The German Invasion of the Soviet Union and the Siege of Leningrad, received the 2017 Award of Merit from the Philosophical Society of Texas! Thank you so much to a wonderful organization.
My essay, The Strangest, Saddest, Baby-Changing Story Ever Told, is just out over at Fatherly.com. Thanks so much to the editors for running the piece!
Thank you for visiting jonathanfink.com. I will be posting updates on the front page of the site from time to time about upcoming events in which I may be participating. Please don’t hesitate to send me a message on the contact page if I can answer any questions you might have. – Jon