18% Funded! 9 Days to Go!

Originally posted on The Magnolia Review:
Thank you to our 28 backers! We are 18% funded with 9 Days to Go! Thank you for every dollar of $1,123. Keep the pledges coming and keep spreading the word. Let’s make this dream happen. Check out the Kickstarter project page here (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/magnoliareview/the-magnolia-review-volume-4?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=the%20magnolia%20review).

Barren Magazine issue 3

My poem “Playing in the Garret” is in Barren Magazine issue 3 (Birch Black, Bone White), and my little poem is surrounded by beautiful photography, poetry, flash fiction, short fiction, and essays. Thank you to Editor-in-Chief Jason D. Ramsey for including me. Barren Magazine is always open for submissions.

Mojave He[art] Review, October 2018 issue

Thank you to Mojave He[art] Review for giving my poems — “Begin the Forgetting,” “Ghazal: Desert Town” and “Ronald’s Complaint #347” — a home in the October 2018 issue. Mojave He[art] Review is based in the U.S. Southwest and publishes monthly issues of poetry, prose and art. The Southwest was my home for more than 30 … More Mojave He[art] Review, October 2018 issue

Barren Magazine issue 2

Thank you to Barren Magazine for including my poem “On This Autumn Equinox” in their beautiful issue 2. Barren Magazine is an online journal of prose, poetry and art. They are currently reading for issue 3. Check out the submission guidelines here.

Introducing My Chapbook ‘Desert’

I’m excited to share that Prolific Press has published my little chapbook Desert. This is something completely different than my full-length collections. Desert is a small collection of character and persona poems set in the deserts of the Southwest. Before I became a military spouse, the Southwest was my home for three decades. I love the desert’s … More Introducing My Chapbook ‘Desert’

Kersten Christianson reviews ‘Permanent Change of Station’ on The Poetry Shed

Much gratitude to poet Kersten Christianson for her kind review of Permanent Change of Station, and much gratitude to The Poetry Shed for publishing the review. https://abegailmorley.wordpress.com/2018/09/19/creative-energy-from-the-homefront-a-review-of-permanent-change-of-station-by-kersten-christianson/