Quite happy to share that my poem “Norwich Terrier Explains How to Dig a Hole” is in the freshly published Happy2 Pure Slush volume 15. An added bonus: my poem shares the pages with a poem by my friend/fellow UUA grad, Kersten Christianson. Pure Slush, and Australian-based literary journal, offers a different theme with each … More Happy2 Pure Slush volume 15
Today, my fellow poet volunteers (Eleni Bastéa, Christine Hamm, Susan Reid, Jacqueline Schaalje, Kim Bailey Spradlin) and I (Lisa Stice) are 15 poems deep into Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project. If you’ve missed out on the previous days, don’t worry because you can catch all the past, present and future poems at this link: https://www.tupelopress.org/the-3030-project-2/ If … More 30/30 Project Mid-Way Point
Thought I’d share the inspiration for my day 4 poem. Visit https://www.tupelopress.org/the-3030-project-2/ to read it and all the other poems so far. You can use also use the same link for the rest of the 30 days. If you feel inclined to sponsor me in this endeavor, you can visit https://tupelopress.networkforgood.com/projects/44067-lisa-stice-s-fundraiser to pledge a donation. … More January 30/30 Project – Day 4
To start off the New Year, I’m joining a group of poets in writing a poem a day with Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project. Visit https://www.tupelopress.org/the-3030-project-2/ January 1 through January 30 for a new batch of poems each day. If you feel inclined to sponsor me in this endeavor, you can visit https://tupelopress.networkforgood.com/projects/44067-lisa-stice-s-fundraiser to pledge a donation. All … More January 30/30 Project Begins
What better way to welcome the New Year than with four poems — “Headstrong,” “Daughter,” “Homes Will Be Stripped Bare,” and “The Book Closes” — published in the January issue of The Wrath-Bearing Tree. The Wrath-Bearing Tree is an online journal of military and political themed reviews, essays, fiction, and poetry. Thank you to the editorial team … More The Wrath-Bearing Tree January 2018
Throughout the month of January, I’ll be contributing to Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project. That means I and a small group of other poets will each be writing a poem a day for thirty days. These poems will be posted daily (I’ll share a link for that later). This project promotes poetry, discipline, and readership while … More Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project
I feel quite privileged to be a part of the 1932 Quarterly team. The editors and contributors come from all over to make a beautiful journal each season. Thank you to Layla Lenhardt and all the other editors for including me. I’m also happy to share that my poem “Dependants” is in the summer 2017 issue.
Today is the pub day for Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, volume 6. The anthology is published by Southeast Missouri State University Press in cooperation with the Missouri Humanities Council’s Veterans Projects. “The volume also sponsored a veterans’ writing competition, judged by Dr. Jenny Yang Cropp (author of the poetry collection String Theory, Assistant … More Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, volume 6
I’m grateful to Allegro Poetry Magazine for publishing my poem “After a Landslide” in issue 15, a themed issue in which all poems were written in response to prompts. The UK-based Allegro Poetry Magazine, edited by poet Sally Long, published four issues a year (June and December are themed, and March and September are general). … More Allegro Poetry Magazine issue 15
Thank you to Editor-in-Chief Lorette C. Luzajic of The Ekphrastic Review for publishing my poem “Blue” in response to Pablo Picasso’s painting “Blue Nude.” Every day, The Ekphrastic Review posts new poetry in response to art. Submissions are always open.