The Song Is… is an online journal that celebrates music and poetry. Marianne Szlyk, one of the editors, is featuring some of the contributors from Resurrection of a Sunflower (Pski’s Porch, 2017). I’m grateful to be among those featured with a reprint of “A Funeral for Our Own” from my poetry collection Uniform (Aldrich Press, 2016) … More Old and New on The Song Is…
Katie Lewington is a the author of several poetry chapbooks and the creator of The Reader’s Handbook. Through her blog, Katie shares reviews of books and chapbooks, offers writing prompts, shares her own poetry, and shares the poetry of others. I’m thankful for her for sharing my poem “These Books Bide on Oak Shelves.”
Thank you to Chantwood Magazine for publishing my poem “Ode to the Rotary Phone” in issue 10. Chantwood Magazine loves a great story: literary, sci-fi, romance, historical, speculative, and poetry. The issue are available through Kindle, either by subscription or by individual issue. Because they publish nearly every month, Chantwood is always open for submissions.
In response to underrepresentation of women in the arts in literature, Les Femmes Folles: Women in Art was founded in 2011 to provide support through blogs, publishing, interviews, and events. I’m thankful to Sally Deskins and the rest of the staff for interviewing me: http://femmesfollesnebraska.tumblr.com/post/164607049737/lisa-stice-poet.
I’m grateful to the editors of The Wild Word for publishing three of my poems (“The Dog Days of Summer,” “How It Is” and “Anoles”) in issue 19: The Long Days of Summer. The Wild Word is a Berlin-based online-journal of politics, prose, poetry, and art. You can review their guidelines here if you are interested in … More The Wild Word: The Long Days of Summer
Anti-Heroin Chic is a journal for those who are on the outside. This journal sees the beauty in the struggle. Stay up-to-date by following the website or liking on Facebook because new poems are posted every day. I extend my gratitude to Editor-in-Chief James Diaz for publishing four of my poems: “Alternative Comedy,” “At Bonaventure … More Anti-Heroin Chic – 4 poems, Aug 4, 2017
The Tishman Review is a quarterly journal of prose, poetry, and art with a focus on the nuances and diversity of the human condition. I’m thankful to the editorial team for publishing my poems “Dear Wislawa Szymborska” and “Dear Vera Brittain” in volume 3, issue 3. If you are interested in publishing with The Tishman Review, … More The Tishman Review vol 3, issue 3
Poetry has a long tradition of sounding social concerns and calling for change. The Rise Up Review follows that tradition of poetry as a tool of power. Editor-in-Chief Sonia Greenfield and her editorial team feature a poem a day, and I thank them for selecting my poem “If You Haven’t Any Daughters” as July 7, 2017’s feature.
I can’t think of a more appropriate home for my poem “Dear Ciaran Carson” than in issue 58 of the Belfast-based A New Ulster. This monthly literary journal publishes poetry and prose from all over the world and is headed by Editor-in-Chief Amos Greig.
Thank you to Andria Williams (Navy spouse and author of The Longest Night) for sharing my blog post about “The Ever-Changing Normal” of military life on The Military Spouse Book Review. Andria is the founder and editor of The Military Spouse Book Review, a site on which military spouses share book reviews (of military and non-military … More Military Spouse Book Review: The Ever-Changing Normal