I’m grateful to Interstice for publishing my poems “A Meditative Morning” and “My Daughter Wants to Be a Surfer” in their 2018 issue. Interstice is the literary journal of South Texas College. It is a print journal, but you can receive a free copy by contacting Managing Editor, Isaac Chavarria (email address on the website).
Thank you to The Ekphrastic Review for publishing my poem “Ophelia Among the Reeds.” The inspiration for the poem comes from the painting Ophelia by Sir John Everett Millais (Britain), 1851.
I’m honored to have my poem “Counting the Casualties” in the Memorial Day issue of As You Were: The Military Review. This is volume 8 of As You Were, which is one literary journal published by Military Experience & the Arts. The non-profit organization aids veterans, service members and their families by providing support through … More Memorial Day issue of As You Were
You can read the review here. Thank you to Andria Williams (author of The Longest Night) of The Military Spouse book Review for including Permanent Change of Station in this triplet: Seasons of My Military Student by Amanda Trimillos and Stacy Allsbrook-Huisman (a guide for parents and teachers in aiding military children in transitioning to new schools after a … More Three Reviews from The Military Spouse Book Review
Thank you to Rebecca Hannigan for her beautiful review of my poetry collection Permanent Change of Station. Thank you Into the Void for publishing the review and for all of the support. You can read the review here.
I’m thankful to Sierra Nevada Review for publishing my poem “Tea with Sun Tzu” in their 2018 issue. Sierra Nevada Review is a beautiful print journal, edited by Sierra Nevada College MFA students: current staff. Current and past issues can be purchased here.
Thank you to Nicole Rolender (author of Louder Than Everything You Love) for interviewing me about Permanent Change of Station (Middle West Press) on her Carpe Noctem blog. Check out the interview here.
Thank you to the Artemis Journal team for including my poem “Yesterday is Extinct” in Artemis 2018 vol 25: Women Hold Up Half the Sky. Two poems by fellow UAA MFA grad Kersten Christianson are also in this issue. Artemis Journal was born in 1977, took a 14-year hiatus, and was rebirthed in 2014. From it’s … More Artemis Journal #25 Women Hold Up Half the Sky