Cirque was founded in 2009 by Anchorage poet Mike Burwell and is edited by both Mike Burwell and poet Sandra Kleven. Published in Anchorage, Alaska, Cirque gathers and publishes poetry of the North Pacific Rim: Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Yukon Territory, Alberta, British Columbia, and Chukotka.” I love this journal for so many reasons, but certainly for the fact that publishing in its pages feels like home. Thank you, editors, for including my poem “Goose & Grove” in this fine winter issue which is viewable both online and in print.
Happy to read my poem, “Gutted,” posted today on Rise Up Review. Thank you to Editor Sonia Greenfield for including this work.
The Life of the Party is this issue’s particular theme and within it I am so happy to find a home for my poem, “Elixir.” It needed a destination such as this. Thank you to the editorial staff for including my work in the winter issue.
Thank you to editor Monique Berry for including my poems “December 30th” and “Tonight” in the current issue of Halcyon Days. Check out that aurora-splashed cover.
The first detail I noticed about Venus Magazine is its welcome:
Venus Magazine is an international literary and arts publication on print and online. Venus is dedicated to the beauty of the ethereal, the celestial light of words and strokes. We look for softness, yearn for light. Think fairy pink slippers, tinsel and dust. Think candle wax dripping, moon beams skimming still water. We want darkness, light, softness, pain, and magic. We want the beauty but also the bruises, the songs that ring and the notes that scratch. We want your work.
Such an inviting call for possible publication! I thank the editors of Venus Magazine for including my poems “Sound,” “Light Catcher” & “Instead, a Sign” in their current issue. Thrilled, and thankful.
Thank you to the editors of Midnight Circus/EAB Publishing for including my work in the Winter 2017 issue. The journal is available for purchase through Amazon.
Editor and poet Hayley Mitchell Haugen (What the Grimm Girl Looks Forward To, Finishing Line Press, 2016) co-founded the print version of Sheila-Na-Gig in 200o with Kristine Sanders. This venture published 14 volumes of the journal along with three chapbooks, featuring over 400 poets and awarding $2000 in contest prizes.
Sheila-Na-Gig re-opened as an online journal and publication venue in the fall of 2016. I am grateful to have published work in both the fall and now winter issues of Sheila-Na-Gig. Follow the link and you’ll find my poems “Le Creuset,” “Wooden Boardwalk,” “Moon” & “At the Southern Entrance of Lynn Canal.” I am over the moon to learn that “Le Creuset” was listed as the Winter 2016 Poetry Contest Winner.
Thank you to editor and poet Hayley Mitchell Haugen for sharing my work with a wider audience of readers!
(Bird Goddess by Charles Sherman as featured on Sheila-Na-Gig’s website.)