I learned this week that a poem of mine made it into the top five in the contest.
Amy Roma’s real-life accounts of Central American refugees seeking sanctuary was a sobering read.
A finalist nod in a competition after years of trying made for a
A Pushcart nomination for a special poem was an expected boost.
This week, I had a poem publication that is especially “sweet”. My poem “In The Hollow” appeared on Sweet: A Literary Confection’s stunning new website, which alone would be meaningful enough to warrant a “pinch me” reaction. Add that to the fact that my poem is featured alongside another writer I feel like I virtually […]
As I write this, it’s April 11, 2021, just over a year since the pandemic changed life as all of us know it.
No nominal excitement here. Much gratitude to Split Rock Review & Concrete Wolf Press for their support.
My new poem, “Personal Effects,” in this issue, deals with the aftermath of loss and questions of belonging (and belongings) that ensue.