- Fraiku: The Edmonson Sisters 2022/07/01
- Brevity, with apologies to William Shakespeare 2022/06/29
- A Woman’s Place is in the Kitchen 2022/06/27
- Fraiku: Repeal Theocracy! 2022/06/24
- FUMFA Poets & Writers Live 2022/06/23
- A Southern Farmers Market at Poetry X Hunger 2022/06/21
- World Without Consequences at Edge of Humanity Magazine 2022/06/20
- Fraiku for the Sunset 2022/06/17
- She’s A Jealous Muse at Edge of Humanity Magazine 2022/06/13
Tag Archives: publication
During the 2020 April Poem-a-Day Challenge, I wrote The Last Pig in response to two prompts: “The Last blank” and “Piggy”. I never expected it to be one of the most viewed poems on my site for the past year! … Continue reading
Whispers and Echoes has published one of my new poems on the timely theme of summer, titled Angry Afternoons. My thanks to their editor Sammi Cox.
Nearly a year ago, Spank the Carp held an ekphrastic contest where we were given an image to inspire our poetry. I thought I’d give it a try and while I didn’t win, the editor asked if he could publish … Continue reading
Yesterday, Whispers and Echoes published For my Muse, the last of the haiku I submitted to their Haiku on Healing series, so I’m using it for my Friday haiku this week. Enjoy!
Reality sucks everywhere but Whispers and Echoes is actually quite lovely and should be followed by all who love poetry. They just posted a new haiku of mine entitled Reality Sucks. Check it out.
I’m proud to announce that Lost Worlds, one of my poems-a-day from this April, has been published at the Extinction Rebellion Creative Hub. I strongly encourage all my poet friends to send them any poems you’ve written inspired by the … Continue reading
My poem Mulberries in the Piedmont has been published by Masticadores USA. I encourage all my fellow poets to check out Masticadores and send them your work. All thanks to their editor, Gabriela Marie Milton!
I am pleased to announce that a poem I wrote back in 2018, while I was wandering around London, titled Old Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, has been published in the Friends Journal. This one draws heavily upon my Quaker upbringing … Continue reading
May Days are have become doubly celebratory for me in the past decade since it also marks the end of National Poetry Month and the Poem-A-Day Challenge. For the first day in over a month, I will neither write nor … Continue reading