Erotic, untitled haiku (a.k.a. “You Linger”) will be featured at Poetry Pea on their “Haiku Pea” podcast June 17, 2019!!!

May 21, 2019 – Found out this morning that one of my new haiku poems, “You Linger”, will be featured at Poetry Pea on their “Haiku Pea” podcast (the theme is ‘erotica’) this June 17, 2019. Glad for a second ‘go round’. Many thanks to Patricia and the “Haiku Pea” crew for the acceptance!

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Poem “Old Filament, Broken Bulb” accepted for reprint at Sub Rosa Zine!!!

May 17, 2019 – Poem, from Indelible Fingerprints, “Old Filament, Broken Bulb” accepted for reprint at Sub Rosa Zine, a lit magazine focused on mental health and its impact on our lives. Publication date is TBD. Plans for the first issue are for it to be released in a print edition, then online.

Untitled haiku (a.k.a. “Weeds #3”) will be featured at Poetry Pea on their “Haiku Pea” podcast May 20, 2019!!!

May 14, 2019 – Found out this morning that one of my new haiku poems, “Weeds #3”, will be featured at Poetry Pea on their “Haiku Pea” podcast this May 20, 2019. Very excited about this as I love the show and love, love, LOVE haiku! Many thanks to Patricia and the “Haiku Pea” crew for the acceptance!

3 new, untitled haiku accepted for publication in Bleached Butterfly Magazine’s inaugural issue June 2019!

May 12, 2019 – Three new, untitled haiku (a.k.a. “A Boy and His Dying Dog”, “Drowning Sorrow”, and “Above, As It Is Below”) accepted for June 2019 publication at Bleached Butterfly for their inaugural issue. Many thanks to Lori A. Minor for the acceptances!

“When Blood Wants Blood” rises, again, at Cherry Magazine!

May 11, 2019 – Short story “When Blood Wants Blood”, originally published at Down in the Dirt Magazine, will appear in Cherry Magazine’s June 2019 issue. Pleasantly surprised at the reception and positive feedback this story has received as of late. Glad the story found Cherry Magzine to hang out at for a while before its official retirement. Feeling warm fuzzies and shit all over right now.

3 one-line poems accepted at Proletaria Journal for July publication!

May 10, 2019 – Woke up to great news today! Proletaria Journal accepted three one-line poems today for publication on July 18, 2019. They are a very cool publication that I am quite lucky to have had work accepted by. Check them out!

proletaria is a journal dedicated to the art of literary one-liners. Taking the form of the monostich, monoku/ one-line haiku or anecdotal statements. These single line or single sentence verses are inspired by politics, philosophy and the phenomena of all worldly and natural events happening around us.”

5 poems scheduled to be featured on Sunflower Sutras podcast June 13, 2019!!!

May 7, 2019 – After a brief hiatus, Sunflower Sutras will feature five poems (“Blue Room”, “Old Filament, Broken Bulb”, “Blue Sky through Bare Branches”, “Kiss Me, Again, Again, and Again”, and “And the Beat Goes On”) from Indelible Fingerprints (Alien Buddha Press) on their first poetry podcast on June 13, 2019. Looking forward to listening to the episode. So glad they are back!

Sunflower Sutras is a weekly NE Kansas podcast devoted to poetry of all shapes, sizes, and smells. Classics to news, interview to you. Always looking for submissions! Hosted by KRWU – Washburn Radio.

Poem “joshua” will appear at Spillwords.com May 25, 2019!!!

May 6, 2019 – Just received word today that poem “joshua” will be reprinted at Spillwords.com on May 25, 2019. Glad this very personal poem continues to find great publications to hang with for a while. This poem was previously published by Salt Ink (the original post is still up if you visit), which is a pretty cool lit mag from the Southern US.

New Installment of “Words from the Fringe: The Big, Bad World of Outsider Lit” posted at Channillo Tonight!

May 6, 2019 –  A new and VERY long overdue installment for column “Words from the Fringe: The Big, Bad World of Outsider Lit” posted tonight at Channillo. Life has been kinda nuts as of late, BUT things are getting back on track. “Words from the Fringe…” is still alive and kicking! Take a look for a quick update on what’s been going on.

A slight change was made to the column’s schedule in that now it will be updated monthly instead of weekly. Lots of new stuff going on so the change will be more accommodating, but there will likely be more than ample opportunity to throw in an extra update or two every now and then. Glad to keep this column alive and going.

Didn’t want to let this one go!