10-piece collection of previously published works to be released as a poetry series throughout October 2019 at Logos Literature!!!

October 3, 2019 – David A. Estringel will appear, again, soon at Logos Literature in a poetry series of 10 previously published poems (new and old) that will appear throughout October 2019. Poems include:

  • Blue Sky through Bare Branches (Foliate Oak Magzine)
  • Old Filament, Broken Bulb (Expat Press)
  • The Spaces in Between (Terror House Magazine)
  • Nothing Lasts (Terror House Magazine)
  • AI! AI! AI! (A Tartarus for Youth) (Terror House Magazine)
  • life in/verse (Setu Bilingual Journal)
  • little deaths (Cajun Mutt Press)
  • Cajeta (Gimme Some Sweet!) (Cajun Mutt Press)
  • Burn (The Bitchin’ Kitsch)
  • Coda-Switch (Cajun Mutt Press)

Many thanks to Editor and Founder Kaiter Enless for the ongoing support of my short fiction pieces “Roadkill” (Expat Press), “Windows” (Down in the Dirt), and “When Blood Wants Blood” (Down in the Dirt) and, now, my verse. SUBMIT, if you haven’t! Logos Literature’s pieces are truly unique and beautiful reads, so I consider myself honored to be a part of the mix!

David Estringel long-listed as nominee for the “2019 Over the Edge New Writer of the Year” competition in ‘Poetry’!!!

September 16, 2019 – Just received an email tonight notifying me that I have been long-listed as a nominee for the 2019 Over the Edge New Writer of the Year in poetry for “Blue Sky through Bare Branches”, originally published at Foliate Oak Magazine. THE BEST NEWS but, unfortunately, I have to pass on the invitation to read at the Over the Edge Culture Nite open mic on the 20th of this month, since it is in Ireland. Many thanks to Over the Edge co-organizers Susan Millar DuMars and Kevin Higgins for the honor and the opportunity!

Poem “Blue Sky through Bare Branches” reprinted today at The Elixir Magazine!!!

August 8, 2019 – Poem “Blue Sky through Bare Branches” was reprinted today at The Elixir Magazine. This piece holds a great deal of sentimental value as it is the first one that was officially accepted for publication (at Foliate Oak Magazine). Still a favorite of mine today…and always.