Pure Slush: Greed 7 Deadly Sins vol 3

Pure Slush: Greed 7 Deadly Sins Vol. 3 is now available. Thank you to founding editor Matt Potter and his team for including my poem “Father Vladimir’s Problems circa 1650.” Greed 7 Deadly Sins Vol. 3 is available in print http://bit.ly/Greedp, eBook http://bit.ly/GreedeP, and iBook http://bit.ly/GreediB. Free shipping is available for the print edition until … More Pure Slush: Greed 7 Deadly Sins vol 3

The Blue Nib issue 34

A couple months ago, India-based poet Jayant Kashyap invited me to write in collaboration. We live more than 8,000 miles apart and so collaborate through email. Since that initial poem, we have composed several more together, and I’m happy to share that The Blue Nib published four of our poems. Thank you to the editors! Currently, The … More The Blue Nib issue 34

Last Call: The Anthology of Beer, Wine & Spirits Poetry

Last Call: The Anthology of Beer, Wine & Spirits Poetry is the latest publication of World Enough Writers (the anthology imprint of Concrete Wolf Press), and I’m excited that my fun poem “Wine Fest” is included. The anthology is 320 intoxicating pages, perfect for reading while enjoying your favorite adult beverage, for showcasing on your … More Last Call: The Anthology of Beer, Wine & Spirits Poetry

The Ocotillo Review 2.2, summer 2018

Thank you to The Ocotillo Review editorial team for publishing my poem “Where Have You Gone Joe DiMaggio?” in the Summer Edition, 2018. The Ocotillo Review is a Texas-based literary journal that is part of Kallisto Gaia Press. Along with The Ocotillo Review, Kallisto Gaia Press publishes The Texas Poetry Calendar and offers various contests.

The Honest Ulsterman June 2018

I’m grateful to The Honest Ulsterman‘s editorial team for including my poem “While Daddy’s at Training, Our Daughter Asks Questions” in the June 2018 issue. The HU is a Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland journal with a rich literary and social history dating back to 1968. You can read more about its history here.

Poetry of the Immigration Experience

Poetry is vital, especially in times of conflict. Thank you Andria Williams (author of The Longest Night) of the Military Spouse Book Review for providing a place to share, read and support. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong, Unaccompanied by Javier Zamora, and Mizna, Volume 18.1, 2017: Surviving: https://militaryspousebookreview.com/2018/06/21/poetry-of-the-immigration-experience-two-collections-and-a-journal/

Interstice 2018

I’m grateful to Interstice for publishing my poems “A Meditative Morning” and “My Daughter Wants to Be a Surfer” in their 2018 issue. Interstice is the literary journal of South Texas College. It is a print journal, but you can receive a free copy by contacting Managing Editor, Isaac Chavarria (email address on the website).