Thrilled to have new work accepted by the following journals: Cease, Cows; burnt district; Hobble Creek Review. Also thrilled to have new work forthcoming soon in: Atticus Review, Dirty Napkin, Paper Nautilus.
A House of Many Windows is now available for pre-order on the Sundress Publications website. See the home page or click here for details.
And honored to be nominated, Part 2...
Leah Browning of Apple Valley Review has also nominated "Mailing a Snowflake" for a Best of the Net award.
The Pioneer Wife has arrived. Many thanks to Dana Hoeschen and Redbird Chapbooks for creating a work of art from my set of narrative poems. Visit the Chapbooks Page for ordering information.
The Pioneer Wife is Nearly Here!
Dates and Progress
NaPoWriMo 2013 - Yes, I'm trying to 30/30 in April...4/5/13
It's National Poetry Month, and once again, I am attempting to write 30 poems in 30 days. Follow my progress at my blog - Put Words Together; Make Meaning.
It's Another Chapbook... 02/17/13
Extract(s) Print Issue 01/26/13
It's a No...01/15/13
Honored to be nominated...12/01/12
An Embarrassment of Riches: 11/23/12
More Breaking News...11/15/12
I have been told all my life that hard work pays off. And I can now say with certainty that it is true. First was the good news a few weeks ago from Sundress. Then last week, I received word that I will have a two-week residency this June at Kimmel-Harding-Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska. Then, this week, I got the notification that Kristy Bowen's dancing girl press has accepted my chapbook We Build Houses of Our Bodies for publication in 2013.
I am so grateful for all of these people/presses who provide opportunities for writers to be heard and have their work in the world. Watch closely next year for lots of updates and hopefully readings as well.
Breaking News... 10/12/12
I am grateful and proud to announce that Sundress Publications has agreed to take on my first full-length manuscript A House of Many Windows for publication in 2013.
Many thanks to Erin Elizabeth Smith and her editorial team for seeing something worthwhile in my work.