Thank you so much to Anjoli Roy of It’s Lit for including my poem — “Such Is the Art of Warfare” — and song choice accompaniment — “Caoin” by The Tossers — in a special Blessings and Curses program. Regularly, It’s Lit with PHDJ features poet interviews intermixed with the poets reading their work alongside … More It’s Lit: Blessings and Curses
I’m thankful to have my poem “I Couldn’t Keep You Either” included in Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky (the latest anthology from Poetry Contests for a Cause). The proceeds from this anthology benefit the Charles W. Brown Planetarium at Ball State University. For each anthology, Editor-in-Chief Stacy Savage selects a charity, and … More Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky
I’m grateful to The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library for including my poem “Sometimes When I’m Walking” among those of Randy “Charlie Sherpa” Brown, D.A. Gray, William Schuth, Brian Turner, and so many other wonderful war writers in So It Goes Issue No. 7: Lonesome No More (The Literary Journal of The Kurt Vonnegut Museum … More So It Goes no.7: Lonesome No More
Thank you to editors Amy Louise Wyatt and Paul Daniel Rafferty for including my poems “Gazing into Space on the Winter Solstice” and “The Art of Being Snowed In” in issue 6, the Winter Issue. The Bangor Literary Journal is based in Bangor, Northern Ireland and publishes poetry, prose and art from all over the world. … More The Bangor Literary Journal – Winter Issue 2018
Thank you to Foliate Oak Literary Magazine for including my poem “Seek ’til You Find It” in the December issue. Foliate Oak is an online literary journal of poetry, flash fiction, fiction, non-fiction, and art. Check out the guidelines if you’re interested in submitting.
Thank you to Peter Molin for including myself and my poem “While Daddy’s at Training, Our Daughter Asks Questions” among all these amazing war poets and their poems. https://acolytesofwar.com/2017/04/12/22-american-iraq-and-afghanistan-war-poets/ And, be sure to peruse the rest of Peter Molin’s blob, Time Now: The Iraq and Afghanistan Wars in Art, Films, and Literature.