To celebrate the launch of my new poetry collection, Forces (Middle West Press), my publisher has placed the Kindle edition of my previous collection, Permanent Change of Station, on sale for $2.99.
I’m thrilled to share the publication of my third full-length poetry collection, Forces (Middle West Press). Thank you to Middle West Press and to all the journals who were first homes to some of the poems. The collection explores the forces that can pull and push on us daily, along with the forces with which … More Forces: Poems by Lisa Stice (Middle West Press)
Peeking Cat is one of those literary journals that has come to feel like a family, so I’m always thrilled when one of my poems makes it into a Peeking Cat anthology. I’m excited to share that my poem “Dissection of an Owl Pellet” is in the lovely print edition of Peeking Cat 40. Thank … More Peeking Cat 40
Peeking Cat Literary (formerly Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine) started a new format in 2020. Instead of a monthly print journal, they now post one new poem at a time online and will publish a compiled print issue later in 2021. I’m excited to share that my poem “Dissection of an Owl Pellet” is published on … More Peeking Cat Literary issue 40
Thank you to The Sea Letter for including my poem “Fever” in issue 9. Soon after writing “Fever” in response to my daughter and I being sick at the same time, the pandemic hit the United States. When I wrote the poem, I didn’t know what the following months would hold or that I wouldn’t … More The Sea Letter issue 9
Thank you to Orange Blossom Review for including my poem “Female” in issue 4, summer 2020. Orange Blossom Review is an online literary journal of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art; it is underwritten by the Florida College English Association. You can check out the new issue and archived issue. Their next submission window opens July … More Orange Blossom Review issue 4
I’m thrilled that my first two poems to be published in 2020 are in Bold + Italic. My poems “The School Project Asks, ‘What Makes You a Star?’” and “Honed” along with my review of Stephen Page‘s A Ranch Bordering the Salty River are up on the Bold + Italic blog and will be a part of issue … More Bold + Italic in the New Year
Thank you to Wales Haiku Journal for publishing my haiku in the spring 2019 issue. The journals is based in Wales and publishes haiku, haibun and sequences from all over the world. If you are interested in submitting, go here.
Thank you to Pure Slush (part of Bequem Publishing) for including my poem “Winter Sports for Girls” in Envy 7 Deadly Sins vol. 6. This latest volume is available in print from lulu.com and will soon be available in various ebook editions. Be sure to also check out the first five books of the series, … More Pure Slush’s ‘Envy 7 Deadly Sins vol. 6’
I’m thrilled to have my poem “Rock Collection” included in issue 11 (spring/summer 2019) of Skylight 47. Skylight 47 is a print journal based in Galway, Ireland. If you would like a copy or a subscription, visit here.