I am so grateful to Editor Kate Garrett for including my poem “Bear, Wagon, Ladle” in the Midwinter 2018 issue of Three Drops from a Cauldron. The midwinter issues are my favorite seasonal reads. As published on their website:
“Welcome to our final seasonal special at Three Drops from a Cauldron – the simultaneously icy-frosty, warm-and-cosy, comforting-yet-unsettling Midwinter 2018. It’s been a beautiful thing to put together – there are myths, lore, legends and traditions most of us will find familiar (magpies, solstice, Christmas, fairytales like Snow White, and so on), but also quite a few things I personally wasn’t as familiar with, such as celebrating the Night of the Three Kings in Spain, and the Canadian story of the hoof lady.”
From their website: Dodging The Rain is an art and literary journal committed to representing a variety of new work by emerging writers and artists. Founded and edited by graduates of NUI Galway’s MA in Writing and Literature and Publishing programmes, and one graduate of Uversity’s Creative Process MA, Dodging The Rain provides an internet platform that showcases writers and artists worldwide. Galway, Ireland is its spiritual home.
It’s such a joy to publish work with Young Ravens Literary Review. Editors Sarah Page & Elizabeth Pinborough curate a fine journal. Issue 9 was released this week and I’m grateful they’ve given my poem “Delectable” a home among its pages.
Editor Sam Rose does it again! An amazing collection of work gathered in the 2018 Peeking Cat Anthology. I am so happy to be published among friends: Lisa Stice, Vivian Wagner, Eric Robert Nolan. Thank you, Peeking Cat, for this fine collection and for including two of my poems, “Too Many Reasons Not to Go Home” and “Bouquet.” Peeking Cat is on short hiatus, but look for it again in 2019.
Thank you to the Constellate Team for including “Flight” in Constellate Literary Journal: Issue Two. Happy to share space with an array of writers, both poetry and prose. December 15th is the upcoming deadline for submissions.