a s e l e c t i o n o f o n l i n e p o e m s
- "Self-Portrait with Reader," the opening poem from Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry, is featured for World Poetry Day and on Page One of Poets & Writers. Thanks Copper Canyon Press & Poets & Writers Magazine.
- "America, I Do Not Call Your Name Without Hope" ran in The San Francisco Chronicle three days after the November 8 presidential election
- Poem about Prince's death, Dean's father, and flight at The AWL
- Listen to Garrison Keillor read "Still Life with Gratitude" on the last live Minnesota performance of Prairie Home Companion
- "Self-Portrait in Charleston, Orlando," a Poem-a-Day, from the Academy of American Poets, September 14, 2016
- Portfolio of new poems from Narrative Magazine, including the ghazal about Oklahoma, "Geographic Self-Portrait"
- "Alternate Self-Portrait" a Poem-a-Day from the Academy of American Poets, December 30, 2015.
- "Sphere of Influence or Praise Song for the Warriors" - original poem commissioned by The San Francisco Chronicle
- "American Self-Portrait" on the Poetry Society of America Website
- Listen to Dean read his poem "The Dissection" from The Southern Review while looking at a ginormous photo of him in glasses and a tie
- "Relational Self-Portrait" in Kenyon Review Online (with audio)
- "American Psalm" in Boston Review
- "Paul Klee's Winter Journey at the Beginning of Summer" in Kestrel
- "Forecast" in TriQuarterly
- "Self Portrait as Wikipedia Entry" in Zyzzyva
- "Swimming with the Mishibizhiw: Three Dreams" in Wake: Great Lakes Thought and Culture
- Two new poems in the inaugural issue of Jet Fuel Review
- Three poems, an interview, and a brief bio on Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum's
Poem of the Week site
- "Twilight at Ocean Beach: 14" featured in Verse Daily
- four poems featured in Sharkforum
- two poems from DMQ Review
- three poems (with audio) from the Borderlands Web Audio Project
For the FRANKENSTEIN SONNETS (with Simone Muench) go here
hear:"the first poem"
hear:"twilight at ocean beach: 14"
hear:"waking next to you on my 39th birthday or the other arm"