I’m honored to be on a panel at the Gaithersburg Book Festival on May 21, 2022. This free event is from 10:00am to 6:00pm at Bohrer Park in Gaithersburg, MD. Bring the whole family because there will be panels, workshops, book signings, and other events for children, teens, and adults. At the Edgar Allan Poe … More Gaithersburg Book Festival
I’m grateful to Belfast poet Colin Dardis for including me in this #InternationalWomen’sDay audio poetry anthology. The anthology includes women from various countries reading their poetry, and one included a song. https://rancididols.bandcamp.com/album/breakthebias?fbclid=IwAR2DcF74qPeEQTOwyZDfEguMMfeXICQwmvjcDZ51l-uLR2cEITzgIIQZk60
I am incredibly happy to share that my newest poetry collection, Forces (Middle West Press), has been honored with the Poetry of Modern Conflict Award from The Sangria Summit Society.https://www.facebook.com/poetrymodernconflictGet Forces here.
I’m honored to that my latest poetry collection, Forces (Middle West Press, 2021), and I are featured in The Wild Word’s “Center Stage” column. Back in 2017, The Wild Word was also the first home to “The Dog Days of Summer,” which is a poem you can now find in Forces.
Poems-For-All‘s mission is to create little books that can be “scattered like seeds.” I’m happy to share that two of my poems — “Dear Emily Dickinson” and “Dear Cho Chi-hun” — have been made into little books, and I look forward to leaving them behind where I travel. Below is a picture of the sweet, … More Tiny Books from Poems-For-All
I’m thrilled to share the publication of my third full-length poetry collection, Forces (Middle West Press). Thank you to Middle West Press and to all the journals who were first homes to some of the poems. The collection explores the forces that can pull and push on us daily, along with the forces with which … More Forces: Poems by Lisa Stice (Middle West Press)
Peeking Cat is one of those literary journals that has come to feel like a family, so I’m always thrilled when one of my poems makes it into a Peeking Cat anthology. I’m excited to share that my poem “Dissection of an Owl Pellet” is in the lovely print edition of Peeking Cat 40. Thank … More Peeking Cat 40
I’m grateful to The Line Literary Review for publishing two of my poems: “A Long War” and “Behind the Beat.” The Line Literary Review is a student and veteran run journal from Columbia University that is interested in the varied perspectives of service and war. While initial publication is online, a print edition will be … More The Line Literary Review
Peeking Cat Literary (formerly Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine) started a new format in 2020. Instead of a monthly print journal, they now post one new poem at a time online and will publish a compiled print issue later in 2021. I’m excited to share that my poem “Dissection of an Owl Pellet” is published on … More Peeking Cat Literary issue 40
The Magnolia Review vol. 6 issue 2 is recently published, and I am grateful that six of my poems — “Vigor of Thought,” “Out of the Cradle,” “Defending Eve,” “The Mystic,” “The Living Desert,” and “How to Solve a Riddle” — are part of it. The Magnolia Review is a literary journal of poetry, prose, and … More The Magnolia Review 6.2