I’m so happy to be a part of Stacy Savage’s Paw Prints in Verse: Poems about Pets. “The proceeds from the sale of the book will go to Ernie’s Heart Pet Food Pantry in Anderson, Indiana. The pantry helps struggling families in Madison County, Indiana provide food for their pets.” I contributed my poem “Puppy … More Paw Prints in Verse: Poems about Pets
The Woven Tale Press is a lovely online and print journal that highlights literature and the arts. I have much gratitude for the editorial team for selecting “Man with Unhealthy Complexion Listening to the Sound of the Sea” for volume 5, issue 3. Please, also explore their site for writer, artist and website features.
I’m thrilled to share that I am an associate poetry editor for 1932 Quarterly. Submissions are still open for the spring 2017 issue, so send us your prose and poetry by March 10. For submission guidelines, click here.
I’d like to thank Editor-in-Chief Sally long for publishing my poem “Going Medieval” in Allegro Poetry Magazine issue 12. Allegro Poetry Magazine is an online literary magazine that alternates between themed and non-themed issues. Submissions are welcome from anywhere in the world, and the magazine has an international readership. Submissions are now open for issue 13, … More Allegro Poetry Magazine issue 12
The Veterans Writing Project is a non-profit/all volunteer organization dedicated to helping service members, veterans, and their families. They offer free workshops and mentoring, along with the two versions of 0-Dark-Thitry: The Report (online) and The Review (online and print). I am grateful to the editors of 0-Dark-Thirty for including “Changes Can Occur” in volume … More o-Dark-Thirty volume 5, issue 2
I am honored to have a poem in a very important anthology, Nuclear Impact: Broken Atoms in Our Hands (Shabda Press). The anthology contains poems from all over the globe and is edited by Teresa Mei Chuc. You can purchase it on the Shabda Press website and will soon be able to purchase it from Barnes … More Nuclear Impact: Broken Atoms in Our Hands
Thank you to Through Coloured Glass for this nomination. https://throughthecolouredglass.wordpress.com/ On her blog, you can read lovely stories and poems. There is frequently something new. Here are the rules: ⇒ Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog. Write a post to show your award. Give a brief story of how your … More The Blogger Recognition Award
Thank you to editor-in-chief Sam Rose of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine for this wonderful opportunity. You can read there interview here: http://peekingcatpoetrymagazine.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/writer-interview-lisa-stice.html
The Magnolia Review is a literary journal of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art. This first issue features the winner of the first The Magnolia Review Ink Award, which goes to Kirie Pederson’s non-fiction “In a Dark Time.” I’m very grateful to have three poems – ““When Your Substance Is Drained Away,” “Afternoon One Day When … More The Magnolia Review vol 3, issue 1
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