Thank you to Suzanna Anderson, Editor-in-Chief of The Magnolia Review, for this interview. I’ve been lucky to have had poems published in volume 2, issue 1 and in volume 3, issue 1. The Magnolia Review publishes two issue a year and is currently open for submissions to issue 7. Advertisements
It’s such fun to have my poems “The Gap in the Wall” and “A Lost Ship” published in The Wild Word‘s HAUNTED issue 21. This special issue is dedicated to this spooky time of year. Based in Berlin, Germany, The Wild Word is a monthly journal of political essays, fiction, poetry, and art. The theme … More The Wild Word: issue 21 HAUNTED
Thank you to Jessica Melville Goodin for interviewing me for the Military Spouse Fine Artists Network. Jessica is a military spouse, a choreographer, a web designer, and the founder of MilspoFAN. The Military Spouse Fine Artists Network provides a worldwide community for military spouse painters, sculptors, dancers, choreographers, writers, poets, actors, photographers, etc. If you … More I answer questions: Military Spouse Fine Artists Network
Thank you to Charlie Sherpa (aka Randy Brown, author of Welcome to FOB Haiku: War Poems from Inside the Wire) for interviewing me. You can read the interview on his new website, The Aiming Circle, a wonderful new resource for anyone (veteran, family member, friend, civilian with no military connection, etc.) who writes military-themed fiction, non-fiction, poetry, … More I answer 5 questions: The Aiming Circle
I’m thrilled that my poem “Explaining the Summer Solstice to a Nearly Four-Year-Old” is published in the Peeking Cat Anthology 2017. Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine was created by and managed by Editor-in-Chief Sam Rose. Each month, readers can look forward to a lovely journal and get a special treat of the anthology in the fall. … More Peeking Cat Anthology 2017
Thank you to Zoomoozophone Review for publishing my haiku in issue 15. Zoomoozophone Review is an online journal, edited by Matt Margo. Issue 15 features haiku and other short-form poetry in memory of John Cage, a writer of haiku and contributor to Zoomoozophone Review.