Erik Kennedy reads ‘To a Couple Who Had Their Rings Brought to the Altar by Drone at Their Garden Wedding’. It first appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, No. 130, April 2020.
Erik Kennedy is the author of There’s No Place Like the Internet in Springtime (Victoria University Press, 2018), and he is co-editing a book of climate-change poetry from Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific forthcoming from Auckland University Press in 2021. His poems and criticism have recently been published in places like B O D Y, Poetry, Poetry Ireland Review, The Times Literary Supplement, and Western Humanities Review. Originally from New Jersey, he lives in Christchurch.
Heck, I enjoyed that! Reminds me that a poem can be working and playing at the same time.
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