It’s wonderful to have three of my poems (“Zelda,” “Downpour,” and “Rare and Used”) published in issue 6 of the lovely India-based literary magazine, Moledro Magazine. The issue’s theme is “It’s Not In My Head” and features writers and artists from ages 13 and on, and the writers and artists hail from multiple countries. In addition … More Moledro Magazine issue 6
Resurrection of a Sunflower is a 546 page anthology of poems, stories and other pieces inspired by the life and art of Vincent van Gogh. Writers from all over the world contributed pieces, and I am thankful to the legendary Catfish MacDaris for selecting 10 of my poems to be included in this anthology. I’m … More Resurrection of a Sunflower
I want to thank The Woven Tale Press for their wonderful support of their contributors and for inviting me to share the inspirations that help create my poetry. You can read the article, “A Poet’s Inspiration: Place as Fluidity,” on their website. Also, be sure to check out other articles by writers and artists, website … More A Poet’s Inspiration
For the last few months, I’ve been reading various poets who wrote/write in times of military conflict (Ciaran Carson, Wislawa Szymborska, Randall Jarrell, Randy Brown, Nazim Hikmet, and others). Some of them are poets who fought/fight in combat, some were/are spouses of those who fight, some spoke/speak out in active pacifism, some were/are civilians living in … More What I’m Reading – Poets in Conflict
I’m thrilled to be one of the Feature Poets for Poet of the Week on the Poetry Super Highway. My poems “Backyard Play” and “Because Everything Else Is Quite Unequal” are featured along with “Jennifer Worries” by John Reinhart. Poetry Super Highway is the creation of poet Rick Lupert. The site is loaded with all … More Poet of the Week on the Poetry Super Highway
Check out my interview for Uniform on Nicole Rollender’s Carpe Noctem blog: nicolerollender.com/carpe-noctem-blog/carpe-noctem-book-interview-with-lisa-stice Nicole Rollender is the author of Louder Than Everything You Love (ELJ Publications).
Check out my interview on Into the Void Magazine‘s blog: https://intothevoidmagazine.com/2016/08/05/lisa-stice/ Into the Void is a Dublin based literary and art magazine that publishes writers and artists from all over the world. The inaugural issue is available in digital and print, and the editors are currently open for submissions.
It’s a great honor to have my poem “The Night before Deployment” in the latest issue of o-Dark-Thirty: The Review vol 4 issue 3. The journal is available for view as a free PDF or in print for a donation, and it is only one of many service provided by the Veterans Writing Project. In … More o-Dark-Thirty: The Review
I am excited to announce that my poetry collection Uniform (Aldrich Press) is now available on Amazon. Much gratitude goes out to my family and friends for all of their love and support; to my first writing professors: Diana Joseph and Randy Phillis; to all of my Mesa State College (now Colorado Mesa University) English professors; … More Uniform, poems by Lisa Stice
A native of Colorado, Lisa Stice received a BA in English literature from Mesa State College (now Colorado Mesa University) and completed her thesis year of an MFA in creative writing and literary arts from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She taught high school for ten years and is now a military wife who lives in North Carolina … More Hello