Thank you so much to Anjoli Roy of It’s Lit for including my poem — “Such Is the Art of Warfare” — and song choice accompaniment — “Caoin” by The Tossers — in a special Blessings and Curses program. Regularly, It’s Lit with PHDJ features poet interviews intermixed with the poets reading their work alongside … More It’s Lit: Blessings and Curses
Thank you to editors Amy Louise Wyatt and Paul Daniel Rafferty for including my poems “Gazing into Space on the Winter Solstice” and “The Art of Being Snowed In” in issue 6, the Winter Issue. The Bangor Literary Journal is based in Bangor, Northern Ireland and publishes poetry, prose and art from all over the world. … More The Bangor Literary Journal – Winter Issue 2018
Have a listen October 8 at 8:00 pm EST. I’ll be chatting about poetry and sharing some of my poems with Quintessential Listening: Poetry host Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram. You can listen to the reading from anywhere in the world (live on October 8 at 8:00 pm EST, or at any time afterward in the … More Quintessential Listening: Poetry – Lisa Stice
Much gratitude to poet Kersten Christianson for her kind review of Permanent Change of Station, and much gratitude to The Poetry Shed for publishing the review. https://abegailmorley.wordpress.com/2018/09/19/creative-energy-from-the-homefront-a-review-of-permanent-change-of-station-by-kersten-christianson/
I send my gratitude to the editors of 8 Poems for publishing my poem “Somatic Growth” in issue 1.3. As the name of the journal indicates, only 8 poems are selected for each monthly issue. Check out the submission guidelines here.
I’m thrilled that my poem “Buttons Round and Sound and Pretty” has found such a beautiful home in issue 3 of The Sea Letter. The Sea Letter is a seasonal print journal of poetry, prose and art. Follow The Sea Letter‘s website and social media accounts for postings from the journal.
The newly released Magnolia Review 4.2 is here. Enjoy the poems, stories, comics, art, and the reviews section. Thank you to Editor-in-Chief Suzanna Anderson for including her kind review of Permanent Change of Station. The Magnolia Review publishes two issues a year (July and January) and is open for submissions year-round.
Thank you to The Ocotillo Review editorial team for publishing my poem “Where Have You Gone Joe DiMaggio?” in the Summer Edition, 2018. The Ocotillo Review is a Texas-based literary journal that is part of Kallisto Gaia Press. Along with The Ocotillo Review, Kallisto Gaia Press publishes The Texas Poetry Calendar and offers various contests.
Thank you to Military Times for including my poetry collection Permanent Change of Station (Middle West Press, 2018) in the Military Times 2018 Summer Reading Guide. It’s an honor to be included among James Hatch, Kate Germano, Kelly Kennedy, Carmen Gentile, Lisa K. Shapiro, and the like.
You can read the review here. Thank you to Andria Williams (author of The Longest Night) of The Military Spouse book Review for including Permanent Change of Station in this triplet: Seasons of My Military Student by Amanda Trimillos and Stacy Allsbrook-Huisman (a guide for parents and teachers in aiding military children in transitioning to new schools after a … More Three Reviews from The Military Spouse Book Review