My poem is up at the Crab Creek Review Blog. It was the finalist for last year's poetry prize, which thrilled and absolutely surprised me. You will need to scroll down, now, to find it.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
I have a new poem published in the fabulous Redheaded Stepchild Magazine, whose mission is to only publish poems that have been rejected before. I love that concept! It is such a beautiful journal as well. This poem of mine had been previously rejected by Thrush Magazine, a journal I hope to get into one day.
Thursday, December 21, 2017
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Tuesday, October 10, 2017
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Friday, August 25, 2017
I have two poems up--one about my ovaries--yay!!--and one about a rather feminist Cinderella, at Rag Queen Review. Be sure to check out the fabulous poems by Alessandra Bava and Sarah Nichols.
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
I've got a poem in the brand spanking new journal The Indianapolis Review. It's a gorgeous journal with fabulous artwork, a conversation with Adrian Matejka, and other poems by really fantastic poets. One really nice thing that happened: someone happened to really like my line "peonies that could fill bras" and drew an amazing and beautiful rendition of that image and shared it with me on Facebook! How cool is that?!?
Sunday, July 9, 2017
I'm very excited to share that my poem, "Self-Portrait as Seven Deadly Sins," is a finalist in the poetry contest at Crab Creek Review! Diane Seuss was the contest judge and wrote very nice things about my poem as well as the winner and other finalist that you can read here. I absolutely adore this journal and am so pleased to be part of it. You should get a subscription to the magazine so you can read the wonderful work they publish.
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
My poem is up at the Crab Creek Review Blog. It was the finalist for last year's poetry prize, which thrilled and absolutely surprised ...
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