Two Poems in Steel Toe Review

My poems “How to Do Nothing” and “And All Around, the Withered” have been published in Volume Four of Steel Toe Review, available for purchase here.

Many thanks to editor M. David Hornbuckle for taking these pieces.

 

Two Poems in GFT Presents: One in Four

My poems “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Hoe Corn” and “Scarecrow Believes” are included in GFT Presents: One in Four, a semiannual, print literary journal published by GFT Press, and available for purchase here.

3 Poems in deLuge Journal

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I have three poems appearing in deLuge Journal: “Another Bird Rising,” “The Neurotic Dreams September in April,” and “Forced By This Title to Write a Poem in Third Person About Himself, the Poet Considers the Phenomena of Standing Waves, Dreams Involving Long-Lost Cats (Even If He Has Not Had Such a Dream Himself), And the Amazing Durability of Various Forms of Weakness.”

Many thanks to editors Karla Van Vliet and Sue Scavo for including my work in this lovely publication.

 

 

ECLECTICA MAGAZINE’S 20th Anniversary Best Poetry Anthology is Now Available

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I’m delighted to have a poem included in this stunning 180-page anthology published by one of the earliest online magazines. It is available for purchase here at CreateSpace and also at Amazon. If you order it through CreateSpace, Eclectica will receive a larger share of the royalties. And while you’re there, check out their Speculative, Nonfiction and Fiction anniversary editions as well. Only $12!

My included poem, “Memorial Day,” was written in 2001 or 2002, but languished in a folder for more than a dozen years before I sent it to Eclectica, where it subsequently appeared in the July/August 2014 issue. You never know what’ll happen to/with your poems, but I certainly never expected this. What an honor!

My Poems “Scarecrow Remembers” and “Scarecrow Sees” are up at The High Window Journal

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I’m delighted that my poems “Scarecrow Remembers” and “Scarecrow Sees” are up at The High WindowMany thanks to editors David Cooke and Anthony Costello for their interest in publishing American poets.