November 28, 2021 – Poem “Street Flowers” (originally published at Terror House Magazine) appears today at Horror Sleaze Trash today. Big thanks to Arthur Graham and HST for their continued support over the years.
November 27, 2021 – Happy to announce that three of my new poems, “Days of Red and Gold,” “Cruel Summer,” and “the things that linger,” will appear soon at A Thin Slice of Anxiety (publication date TBD). Many thanks to Managing Editor Cody Sexton for the acceptance.
November 22, 2021 – Quite excited to announce that I have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry by Synkronicity Magazine for poem “Fireflies.” This is quite an honor, especially since not only did “Fireflies” win Synkroniciti Magazine’s ‘Transcendence” Poetry Contest this past October, but this will be my first Pushcart nomination ever. It’s a gooooood day.
November 20, 2021 – Received my contributor copy of Ethel (Issue #8) with my poem “Digging for Lost Temples.” Such a cool lit mag!
November 16, 2021 – Excited to announce that I will participate, as part of a select 24, in Poetry in Pajamas‘ 2022 season (hosted courtesy of Sundress Publications). My Facebook Live reading is scheduled for July 3, 2022, featuring poems such as “Frozen Charlotte” (originally published at Cajun Mutt Press), “Dandelion Wine” (originally published at The Milk House), and “Boy with a Box Full of Wasps” (scheduled for publication December 2021 at Beir Bua Journal). Should be good fun.
November 15, 2021 – Three of my micro poems, “Bermuda Highway,” “Haiku: 17 Drops on the Tongue,” and “Like Heroin,” appear today at Terror House Magazine. Always a pleasure to appear at THM. HUGE thanks to EIC Matt Forney for the acceptance and continued support!
Novemeber 8, 2021 – Thrilled that my poem “Neon Gods” has been published at Cephalopress! This poem is one of the many “street life” pieces I recently wrote and is a bit of a departure from the usual fare, and I am completely in love with it. Always happy to have my work at Cephalopress, which is one of my favorite lit mags for sure.