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!
I wish more poets would write about money. Read more from my review in Kenyon of “The Market Wonders” by Susan Briante.
So proud to have poems accepted for publication in the next issues of Sugar House Review and PMS: poemmemoirstory. Look for them in 2017!
“Coordinates of Drought” has been published in the Fall 2016 issue of phoebe (Volume 46, Issue 1). Pleased to be in such a fine journal – thank you to the editors and staff at phoebe for all their hard work putting out such a lovely issue.
My poem “The Origin“ has been published in Border Crossing, Volume 6, the Fall 2016 issue.