Solidarity Blog kindly highlighted some recent publications by Peculiars Magazine.
Whatever Keeps the Lights On Magazine graciously accepted my poem “The Distance to Apple, Plastic Containment of Brown-Sugar Oatmeal, Green Tea “. This is a rambling fantasy that takes place on a short lunch break about jumping out of the unbreakable, unopenable window of a corporate building, and hopping a train to the ocean.
The beautiful brilliant Feminine Collective shared my poem ‘Sounding’
So ecstatic to have two poems up at Peculiars Magazine:
‘I Know I Have To Take These Pills’, and ‘Nesting:Boiling’.
I’m honored and pleased that my poem “Two Hymns” was named one of the finalists in the Iron Horse Literary Review Photofinish. This was an ekphrastic piece in dialogue with a photograph supplied by IHLR. This piece as well as those of the winner and other finalists will be posted on the IHLR website on New Year’s.
The ever-brilliant Ghost City Review (@justin_karcher and @ghostcitypress ) accepted my poem “Watching Your Love Bloom” You can read it and the rest of this fantastic issue here:
The fantastically kind November guest editor of Burning House Press, Paul Hawkins, has selected two of my poems to appear in “Facing Up to the Future”
The first poem was inspired by a series of talks about trees I recently encountered at the UC botanical garden. Much love to all.
Read “No Chicken” and “We Make Our Instruments” here: