PiP 68 Featuring Daniel Crocker

danslook.jpgPoets in Pajamas brings you Daniel Crocker at 7 p.m. EST (4 p.m. PST) on January 19th with a 15-minute live reading immediately followed by a short Q&A. The event will be held at the PiP Facebook page.

By clicking “going” to the Facebook event, you will let us know to expect you and will ensure that you are sent a reminder, so you don’t forget. Remember to prepare your questions for the featured poet, too!

Daniel Crocker’s work has appeared in The Los Angeles Review, Hobart, Big Muddy, New World Writing, Stirring, Juked, The Chiron Review, The Mas Tequila Review and over 100 others. His books include Like a Fish (full length) and The One Where I Ruin Your Childhood (e-chap with thousands of downloads) both from Sundress Publications. Green Bean Press published several of his books in the ’90s and early 2000s. These include People Everyday and Other Poems, Long Live the 2 of Spades, the novel The Cornstalk Man and the short story collection Do Not Look Directly Into Me. He has also published several chapbooks through various presses. His full length collection of poetry, Shit House Rat, was published by Spartan Press in September of 2017. Stubborn Mule Press  published Leadwood: New and Selected Poems—1998-2018 in October 2018.

He was the first winner of the Gerald Locklin Prize in poetry. He is the editor of The Cape Rock (Southeast Missouri State University) and the co-editor of Trailer Park Quarterly. He’s also the host of the podcast, Sanesplaining, about poetry, mental illness and nerd stuff. This summer, his first fiction collection, Grown Ass Men, in almost twenty years will be published by Stubborn Mule Press.

His book, Like a Fish 

His e-chap book, The One Where I Ruin Your Childhood

“Isabel and I” in Stirring

“Betty Doesn’t Know Who She Loves More” in As It Ought To Be Magazine

Join us at the Poets in Pajamas Facebook page at 7 p.m. EST (4 p.m. PST) on January 19, 2020. When the live video starts, click join to watch the reading and interact with the poet.

Jacquelyn Scott will host.

This reading series is hosted courtesy of Sundress Publications.