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)
I’m grateful to The Line Literary Review for publishing two of my poems: “A Long War” and “Behind the Beat.” The Line Literary Review is a student and veteran run journal from Columbia University that is interested in the varied perspectives of service and war. While initial publication is online, a print edition will be … More The Line Literary Review
I’m honored that my poem “Pursuit” is included among 36 prize-wining war poems and prose in Our Best War Stories (Middle West Press, 2020). Since 2016, Line of Advance has hosted the Darron L. Wright Award, selecting 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in war veteran poetry and prose. This year, a military family member … More Our Best War Stories published
I’m over the moon excited to share that my poem “Pursuit” is the 1st place winner of the poetry by a military family member category of Line of Advance’s 5th Annual Col. Darron L. Wright Memorial Awards. “Pursuit” will be published on LOA’s website (September 2020) and in LOA’s anthology Our Best War Stories (Middle … More Among the Line of Advance Poetry Winners
I’m grateful to editor James Brubaker and Southeast Missouri State University for including my poem “Measures” and “Got Your Six” in Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, vol. 8. It’s also proud that my poems share company with fellow Middle West Press poets Randy Brown and Eric Chandler.
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
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
Thank you to Peter Molin for including myself and my poem “While Daddy’s at Training, Our Daughter Asks Questions” among all these amazing war poets and their poems. https://acolytesofwar.com/2017/04/12/22-american-iraq-and-afghanistan-war-poets/ And, be sure to peruse the rest of Peter Molin’s blob, Time Now: The Iraq and Afghanistan Wars in Art, Films, and Literature.
Thank you to novelist Kathleen M. Rodgers for her kind review of my second poetry collection, Permanent Change of Station (Middle West Press, 2018). Kathleen M. Rodgers is the author of The Final Salute (Deer Hawk Publications, 2014), Johnnie Come Lately (Camel Press, 2015) and Seven Wings to Glory (Camel Press, 2016). https://kathleenmrodgers.com/f/poet-lisa-stice-captures-military-spouse-life-in-new-collection