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
I’m thrilled that my poem “Incidental” is part of Channel issue 1. Based in Dublin, Ireland, Channel is a new literary magazine that publishes environmentally conscious poetry and prose. Visit here to submit your work that connects with nature.
I’m proud to share the online version and reading of my daughter’s second poem, “When the Birds Were Banished from the Palace,” that was published in Rattle’s 2019 Rattle Young Poets Anthology.
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.
Happy 3rd birthday to Picaroon Poetry! Thank you to Editor-in-Chief Kate Garrett for including my poem “Observance” in issue 15. Picaroon Poetry is an online journal of poetry that is published every two months. Kate Garrett also edits Bonnie’s Crew and Three Drops from a Cauldron.
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.
I’m grateful to Editor-in-Chief Suzanna Anderson for publishing six of my poems in The Magnolia Review Volume 5, Issue 1. Each issue includes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, art, reviews, and even comics. The Magnolia Review is a fun read, and it’s wonderful to have my poems as a part of it. You can get a PDF copy here. Check … More The Magnolia Review 5.1
Much gratitude to Editors Amit Parmessur and Jane Mayflower for publishing my poems “Late Harvest Moon” and “Lullaby for My Dog” in issue 8 of The Pangolin Review. Visit their website for archived issues, submission guidelines and details about their poetry competition.
I’m thankful to have my poem “I Couldn’t Keep You Either” included in Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky (the latest anthology from Poetry Contests for a Cause). The proceeds from this anthology benefit the Charles W. Brown Planetarium at Ball State University. For each anthology, Editor-in-Chief Stacy Savage selects a charity, and … More Celestial Musings: Poems Inspired by the Night Sky
I’m grateful to The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library for including my poem “Sometimes When I’m Walking” among those of Randy “Charlie Sherpa” Brown, D.A. Gray, William Schuth, Brian Turner, and so many other wonderful war writers in So It Goes Issue No. 7: Lonesome No More (The Literary Journal of The Kurt Vonnegut Museum … More So It Goes no.7: Lonesome No More