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
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.
It was such a wonderful surprise to learn my poem “I’ve Been Loving You a Long Time” is shortlisted for The 6th Annual Bangor Poetry Competition (hosted by The Bangor Literary Journal). The other shortlisted and I will now turn our poems into art pieces to hang and sell at The Blackberry Path Art Studios in … More 6th Annual Bangor Poetry Competition
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.
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.
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!
Quite happy to share that my poem “Norwich Terrier Explains How to Dig a Hole” is in the freshly published Happy2 Pure Slush volume 15. An added bonus: my poem shares the pages with a poem by my friend/fellow UUA grad, Kersten Christianson. Pure Slush, and Australian-based literary journal, offers a different theme with each … More Happy2 Pure Slush volume 15
Thank you to Zoomoozophone Review for publishing my haiku in issue 15. Zoomoozophone Review is an online journal, edited by Matt Margo. Issue 15 features haiku and other short-form poetry in memory of John Cage, a writer of haiku and contributor to Zoomoozophone Review.
I’m grateful to the editors of The Wild Word for publishing three of my poems (“The Dog Days of Summer,” “How It Is” and “Anoles”) in issue 19: The Long Days of Summer. The Wild Word is a Berlin-based online-journal of politics, prose, poetry, and art. You can review their guidelines here if you are interested in … More The Wild Word: The Long Days of Summer