January 25, 2022 – Excited to have my poem “The Alchemy of Fingertips” appear at Spillwords.com today. This is one of a handful of poems about grieving the death of my mother and is probably my favorite of the bunch.
January 15, 2022 – Amazing news this evening! My new collection of poetry, Cold Comfort House, was just accepted for publication at Anxiety Press and will be nipping at the heels of Book #2 Blood Honey (also from Anxiety Press) in no time. Glad to keep things in the AP family. HUGE thanks to Cody Sexton for the continued support.
January 15, 2022 – Blood Honey by David Estringel is available on Amzaon.com NOW!!!
“Poetry should grab us and make us either want to heal or destroy the world. Blood Honey does both.” — Justine Jones, editor and cultural critic
January 15, 2022 – Great news this evening! Three of my older poems, “And the Beat Goes On,” “Smooth Whiskey,” and “Damn, God’s Got a Fucked Up Sense of Humor” were accepted for publication in Rabble Review’s upcoming Issue #2. Always nice to see these older pieces from my first poetry collection Indelible Fingerprints make the rounds in the here and now.
January 14, 2022 – Excited to announce that Spillwords.com has accepted “The Myth of Fingertips” for reprint for sometime Spring 2022. Details are forthcoming as they come in.
January 12, 2022 – So happy that poem “Meadowlark” appears today in Sisyphus. One of the many bucolic-themed pieces I wrote during my stint in Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project in August 2020, it took a while to find a home, but @sisyphusmag saw in it what I always could.
January 8, 2022 – Poem “Red Berries” was accepted to appear in Dumpster Fire Press‘ upcoming anthology, Bedroom Anatomy Lessons. Publication scheduled around March 2022! So excited!!!
January 4, 2021 – Selected poems “Cruel Summer,” “Days of Red and Gold,” and “the things that linger” appear today at A Thin Slice of Anxiety. Such an amazing lit mag!