February 7, 2022 – Synkroniciti Soiree (hosted courtesy of Synkroniciti Magazine) is a free, online reading series run through Zoom that connects readers and writers across the world. Readings take place monthly. Readings start at 6 PM CST.
David Estringel will read for up to 20 minutes (maybe more). Featured poems include “Fireflies,” “Dandelion Wine,” “The Yawning Grave,” and “The Healing Clock.”
December 1, 2021 – Rounding out 2021 with some reprints at one of my favorite lit mags. Poems “Fireflies,” “Sepscendence,” and “Dandelion Wine” appear today in Impspired Magazine’s Issue #14. Huge thanks to Steve Cawte for the inclusion!
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.
October 7, 2021 – Poems “Dandelion Wine” and “Life From a Garden Fence” have appeared in The Milk House. Such an amazing literary magazine.
September 29, 2021 – So happy that Impspired Magazine accepted poems “Dandelion Wine” and “Fireflies” (both originally published at Lothlorien Poetry Journal) and “Sepscendence” (originally published at Alebrijes Review) for reprint, online, on December 1, 2021. They will also appear in the magazine anthology’s 7th edition (print) in January 2022. As usual, many thanks to Editor Steve Cawte for the acceptance and continued support.
September 6, 2021 – Great news this morning! Two new poems, “Dandelion Wine” and “Life From a Garden Fence” were accepted at The Milk House (a rural writing collective) for publication on October 7, 2021. Very pleased about these acceptances due to these poems being a few in a series of bucolic-themed pieces that I crafted during the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project. This is a departure from my normal subject matter, so it is quite pleasing to see that others appreciate the work. Many thanks for Editor Ryan Dennis for the acceptance! Truly honored.