January 27, 2022 – Poem “Palo Santo” has been accepted for publication in Sudo Journal’s fourth issue “Touch Wood,” which will be published in early 2022. Very excited about the acceptance and the inclusion in this amazing lit mag.
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!!!