“Aesthetics” will appear shortly in Red Eft Review.
Marianne Szlyck’s blog, The Song Is.., features me with four poems, two from Ghost Light, one a reprint, and another a small poem (with a long title) that I hope helps divert you from your own pain and drama if only for a moment.
Trouvaille Review will be publishing “Bone Depot” (which also appears in GHOST LIGHT) on September 12. This one bridges the gap between my speculative and non-speculative work.
One of my rare instances of a formal poem, “Hospice Sonnet,” has been accepted for the September issue of Not Very Quiet; and “Canvas,” “Act V,” and “Late Afternoon in Socrates Sculpture Park” have been accepted by Newtown Literary.
Delighted to announce that my new book, “Ghost Light,” a non-speculative quarantine journal in verse (but not solely about the coronavirus), has just hit the internet. You can order a copy from you know who for $10.44 at this link:
Thrilled to announce that “Ghost Light,” my collection of poems centered on the pandemic and recent events, will soon be published by Alien Buddha Press. Thank you, Red Fochs, for this tremendous opportunity!
“White as Sorrow, Black as Gone” and “The Hedge-Wife’s Payment” have been accepted by Polu Texni. Thank you, Dawn Albright! The magazine publishes beautiful work.