The Song Is… is an online journal that celebrates music and poetry. Marianne Szlyk, one of the editors, is featuring some of the contributors from Resurrection of a Sunflower (Pski’s Porch, 2017). I’m grateful to be among those featured with a reprint of “A Funeral for Our Own” from my poetry collection Uniform (Aldrich Press, 2016) … More Old and New on The Song Is…
The Military Spouse Book Review hosts reviews written by military spouses. The site is founded and managed by novelist Andria Williams, author of The Longest Night (Random House, 2016). Visit the site to read my review of Kazim Ali’s The Secret Room, Andria Williams’ review of my poetry collection Uniform and Elyse Fenton’s poetry collections Clamor and Sweet Insurgent, and … More 2 Reviews: one by me, one of ‘Uniform’
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
I’ve only just begun reading the newly released second issue of Inklette. What an amazing read so far. I am so grateful to the Inklette team of readers and editors who found my poem “Unconventional Warfare” worthy of being part of this fabulous issue. The contributors come from all over the world and comprise a … More Inklette issue 2
I’m incredibly excited to share that Aldrich Press (an imprint of Kelsay Books) has accepted my manuscript, Uniform, for publication. Much gratitude to Aldrich Press for having faith in my book! Uniform is a collection of poems that at first was difficult to begin writing because the poems give voice to the silences of being … More Uniform is Coming
The Birds We Piled Loosely is a quarterly online journal of written and visual art. Issue 6 is quite lovely, and I’m honored that “Family Code” was selected to be a part of it. The editors are now reading for issue 7; I encourage you to check it out. You can read issue 6 here.
The high school and college kids who are behind Inklette are amazing. I truly admire them for putting together a literary magazine that calls upon emerging and established writers (young and old) from all over the world to come together and share their writing in one place. I’m honored that they selected me to be … More Inklette issue 1