So thankful to the editorial staff at Cumberland River Review for publishing “Riprap” in their latest issue. Check it out here: http://crr.trevecca.edu/article/riprap
I’m so pleased to announce that Red Bird Chapbooks will be publishing my third chapbook sometime in 2018! I can’t wait to begin the editorial process come January.
Just realized how long it has been since I’ve updated on my publications, which I guess is what happens when you move in the middle of the year. Thanks to the following publications for including my work in the past year:
Midway Journal: What You Intend Me to Be
Hawaii Pacific Review: From Conversations Imagined
Also new work in the just-published Water~Stone Review – congrats on 20 years! And work forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Borderlands, Zone 3, and Cumberland River Review.
It’s not often that you have journals willing to tackle multi-page sonnet sequences, so thanks to the editors at Sharkpack for including my work in their annual edition. Check out “The King’s Circus.”
Although I wasn’t able to make it to Newcastle for the Newcastle Poetry Festival to receive my 2nd Prize in person, I was so honored to have Ahern Warner select “Wild Honey Has the Scent of Freedom” for the Basil Bunting International Poetry Award. Hope you enjoy reading the poem!