Thank you to Rebecca Hannigan for her beautiful review of my poetry collection Permanent Change of Station. Thank you Into the Void for publishing the review and for all of the support. You can read the review here. Advertisements
I’m thankful to Sierra Nevada Review for publishing my poem “Tea with Sun Tzu” in their 2018 issue. Sierra Nevada Review is a beautiful print journal, edited by Sierra Nevada College MFA students: current staff. Current and past issues can be purchased here.
I’m so happy that three of my haiku are in the lovely first issue of Bonsai Journal. The issue includes haiku and other small-form poems by poets from all over the world. Bonsai Journal is one of the publications of The 13 Alphabet Magazine. Check out their publication calendar for upcoming journal releases and for submissions … More Bonsai Journal issue 1 (The 13 Alphabet Magazine)
Thank you to Nicole Rolender (author of Louder Than Everything You Love) for interviewing me about Permanent Change of Station (Middle West Press) on her Carpe Noctem blog. Check out the interview here.
Thank you to the Artemis Journal team for including my poem “Yesterday is Extinct” in Artemis 2018 vol 25: Women Hold Up Half the Sky. Two poems by fellow UAA MFA grad Kersten Christianson are also in this issue. Artemis Journal was born in 1977, took a 14-year hiatus, and was rebirthed in 2014. From it’s … More Artemis Journal #25 Women Hold Up Half the Sky
http://www.middlewestpress.com/2018/04/family-humor-war-new-poetry-book-on-sale.html I’m honored and grateful that, during National Poetry Month and the Month of the Military Child, my new poetry collection Permanent Change of Station joins Randy (Charlie Sherpa) Brown’s Welcome to FOB Haiku: War Poems from Inside the Wire and Eric Chandler’s Hugging This Rock: Poems of Earth & Sky, Love & War in … More Happy Pub Day to ‘Permanent Change of Station’
Thank you to 3Elements Literary Review for publishing my poem “Accordion Lesson” in issue 18. The Des Moines-based journal is unique in that every single written piece must include the same three words (the 3 elements), and each visual piece must portray at least one of the three elements. This season’s words were fuse, accordion, and … More 3Elements Literary Review issue 18
I’m am thrilled to share that my second poetry collection, Permanent Change of Station, will be published next month by Middle West Press. April is The Month of the Military Child, and my new collection is inspired by my daughter and our family’s difficult adjustments to our most recent PCS (moving orders given by the military). … More Coming Soon – ‘Permanent Change of Station’
I’m grateful to Inklette for giving “Canis Major” a home in the “magical” issue VI. Editor-in-Chief Devanshi Khetarpal says, “some of the unthemed submissions, too, seemed to be reflecting on magic in some ways,” and I completely felt that magic throughout the issue. Cheers to Inklette!
I’m excited to have my poem “Seamus Heaney’s To-Do List” published in the spring 2018 issue of Sheila-Na-Gig online. My poem joins those of other fellow UAA grads, Kersten Christianson and Vivian Faith Prescott (Vivian is the winner of the spring contest). Be sure to check out Sheila-Na-Gig for how to submit and for news … More Sheila-Na-Gig online volume 2.3