Skylight 47 issue 11

I’m thrilled to have my poem “Rock Collection” included in issue 11 (spring/summer 2019) of Skylight 47. Skylight 47 is a print journal based in Galway, Ireland. If you would like a copy or a subscription, visit here. Advertisements

The Magnolia Review 5.1

I’m grateful to Editor-in-Chief Suzanna Anderson for publishing six of my poems in The Magnolia Review Volume 5, Issue 1. Each issue includes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, art, reviews, and even comics. The Magnolia Review is a fun read, and it’s wonderful to have my poems as a part of it. You can get a PDF copy here. Check … More The Magnolia Review 5.1

The Pangolin Review issue 8

Much gratitude to Editors Amit Parmessur and Jane Mayflower for publishing my poems “Late Harvest Moon” and “Lullaby for My Dog” in issue 8 of The Pangolin Review. Visit their website for archived issues, submission guidelines and details about their poetry competition.

Rabid Oak issue 10

Thank you to the editorial team at Rabid Oak for publishing my poem “We Pretended Too Hard” in issue 10. Rabid Oak is always open for submissions of poetry, flash fiction and flash nonfiction, so check out their submission guidelines and send something fantastic their way.

Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky

I’m thankful to have my poem “I Couldn’t Keep You Either” included in Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky (the latest anthology from Poetry Contests for a Cause). The proceeds from this anthology benefit the Charles W. Brown Planetarium at Ball State University. For each anthology, Editor-in-Chief Stacy Savage selects a charity, and … More Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky

The Bangor Literary Journal – Winter Issue 2018

Thank you to editors Amy Louise Wyatt and Paul Daniel Rafferty for including my poems “Gazing into Space on the Winter Solstice” and “The Art of Being Snowed In” in issue 6, the Winter Issue. The Bangor Literary Journal is based in Bangor, Northern Ireland and publishes poetry, prose and art from all over the world. … More The Bangor Literary Journal – Winter Issue 2018