I am honored to be included in the Sixteen Rivers Press anthology ‘America, We Call Your Name’. It features poems by poets both modern and classic, from the full spectrum of history, speaking to resistance and resilience. This anthology shows the necessity of civic-minded art in tumultuous times, and I will always cherish my small… Continue reading Upcoming Publication: America,We Call Your Name
Thank you very much to editors Jeffrey and Tobi Alfier for accepting my poem, “Physical Labor” for reprint in their upcoming August edition of San Pedro River Review. I had such a good previous experience with them and am honored that they accepted a second contribution of mine.
Thank you so much to the team at Drunk Monkeys for continually advocating for my poem, “What I Would Like To Do With Donald Trump”. The fact that they have nominated me so passionately throughout the year is something I do not carry lightly, and I am incredibly grateful. Thank you, thank you.
Their quality of work is phenomenal, their aesthetic is minimalist and they serve the authors they publish by featuring their work for not just a day or so, but for two weeks. I am so happy to be counted among them.
There is a great website out in the wilds of the internet called Poets Reading the News, that gives a place for poets to reflect on these fraught times. Ella Newton, co-editor and founder of the site, accepted my poem, “How to Shoot a Sleeping Bear” for publication today. Thank you so much to her… Continue reading Upcoming Publication: Poets Reading the News
Yesterday on the morning of Thanksgiving, I awoke to breakfast booking downstairs, the promise of pie and an acceptance in my inbox from Noble/Gas Quarterly for my two poems, “Angler” and “Anatomize”. T’was a good day indeed. Thank you to this truly unique journal for the inclusion!
I am thrilled and grateful to announce that my poem, “What I Would Like to Do With Donald Trump” has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize! It is gratifying to have my work so valued. Many, many thanks to Kolleen Carney Hoepfner, editor-in-chief of Drunk Monkeys.