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’
It’s always wonderful to be a part of Peeking Cat Poetry, and so I am over the moon to have three poems — “The Life,” “Press Record” and “Release” — in Peeking Cat Anthology 2018. The usually monthly journal has been on hiatus due to EiC Sam Rose‘s health. Please, send healing vibes and energy her way. Peeking … More Peeking Cat Anthology 2018
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
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.
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’
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!
Poetry has a long tradition of sounding social concerns and calling for change. The Rise Up Review follows that tradition of poetry as a tool of power. Editor-in-Chief Sonia Greenfield and her editorial team feature a poem a day, and I thank them for selecting my poem “If You Haven’t Any Daughters” as July 7, 2017’s feature.
Much gratitude the SHANTIH Journal editorial team for publishing my poems “Such Is the Art of Warfare,” “The Dog Dreams” and “The Box Maze Swallows a Birthday” in issue 2.1. SHANTIH is an online literary magazine of poetry, prose and art. Visit submit to learn about their guidelines and how to send your own work. They … More SHANTIH Journal 2.1
How lucky am I to have a poem in each of Inklette Magazine’s first three issues? When I received that first acceptance for issue 1, I had published just a few poems, and Inklette was a fledgling journal. Since that first issue, I have published many more poems, graduated with my MFA, and published my … More Inklette issue 3