NPS poetry!

Thrilled to be named the 2017 Summer Artist in Residence in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park. I’ll be working on a new series of desert “self portraits” that consider the boundaries of human emotion in the face of climate change.

emoji poems!

The reviews are in… (a few very nice ones anyways).

from Publisher’s Weekly: Warmer and more welcoming than many other poets with such fierce intelligence, Browne (The Second Reason), in this third outing, keeps on finding wry and empathetic ways to let us see what she sees. Her free verse and prose blocks can speculate about human motives in general (“what something is worth/ depends […]