Thank you to the Banshees for including my poem “Wise Enough” in Banshee issue 9. Banshee is a Dublin-based print journal, and you can get your copy of issue 9 here. Check of the shop for books, past and current issues, and the book bundle.
I’m proud to share the online version and reading of my daughter’s second poem, “When the Birds Were Banished from the Palace,” that was published in Rattle’s 2019 Rattle Young Poets Anthology.
In the spring, two of my daughter’s poems were published in the 2019 Rattle Young Poets Anthology. Here is one of those poems, “Question,” with a recording of my daughter reading it. The other poem will be share in October.
I’m grateful to Random Sample for including my poem “Traveler” in issue 2. In 2015, Random Sample began publishing individual pieces throughout the year. Recently, they have changed to an issue model with two issues published each year. Even with the new format, the editors are open for submissions year-round.
Thank you to The Ekphrastic Review for publishing my poem “Bird,” inspired by the Jackson Pollock painting of the same name. The Ekphrastic Review founded and edited by writer/artist Lorette C. Luzajic. Visit it each day for new poems and prose in response to art.
Thank you to The Thing Itself for including my poem “World’s Within a World” in issue 46. The Thing Itself is the literary journal of Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. The journal is available in print and PDF.
Pride is the final volume in Pure Slush’s Seven Deadly Sins series, and I am thankful that my poem “This One Is Mine” is a part of it. Pure Slush (part of Bequem Publishing) hales out of Australia, but publishes writers from around the world. Check out the rest of the series and the other fun themed … More Pure Slush’s ‘Pride – Seven Deadly Sins vol 7’
Thank you to Wales Haiku Journal for publishing my haiku in the spring 2019 issue. The journals is based in Wales and publishes haiku, haibun and sequences from all over the world. If you are interested in submitting, go here.
I’m happy that my poem “Welcome” is a part of Bonnie’s Crew issue 2. Bonnie’s Crew is named for founder/EIC Kate Garret’s daughter who was born with a congenital heart defect. Based in England, Bonnie’s Crew has a mission of ‘helping hearts of all sizes’ through the works it publishes and through donations to the Children’s Heart Surgery … More Bonnie’s Crew issue 2
I’m grateful to Door is a Jar Magazine for including my poem “Love Songs” in Spring 2019, Issue 10. Issue 10 is available in print and Kindle.