I have two forthcoming books. Both are full-length poetry collections from university presses. There's Black Arcadia, a perverted little sister to Lifeboat (University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2015), and it will soon be released by the University of the Philippines Press. This note explains how I envisioned Lifeboat and Black Arcadia together.
Then there's Meditations of a Beast from Cornerstone Press, a student-run publishing house in the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Expected release schedule is December 9, 2016. Meditations of a Beast explores the nature of reality, the psychological terrain of the uncanny valley, morality/ethics as prerequisite for sentience, and a fabulist carnival featuring, among other some such homely creatures, a spontaneous combustion victim, the loneliest kettle in the world, and the wretched god of broken things.
Here's Jenny Peterson's interview with SPTV - UWSP Television, where she talks about Cornerstone Press and Meditations of a Beast. There's also a press release at The Pointer.
The Drone Outside
Meditations of a Beast
Age of Blight
A Roomful of Machines
We Bury the Landscape