New poem live on Polu Texni
“Song of the Severed Feet,” based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Red Shoes,” is up on Polu Texni.
Reading in Maryland
On Saturday, Nov. 10 at 1:00 p.m., I’ll be doing a reading/workshop on speculative poetry at Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland as part of “It Takes a Community.” It’s free! I’ll read from my own works but also other Sycorax Press and Sycorax Journal poets and lead writers in finding their inner myths. If you’re in the area, please join me!
“After” out on Kaleidotrope
“Dandelions” on Youtube!
“Dandelions,” a poem published by Blastoff in the October 2018 issue, can be seen and heard online on Youtube. Check it out!
Poems Accepted by Polu Texni
“Song of the Severed Feet” (based on Andersen’s tale The Red Shoes) and “Regrets of the Wind Witch” will appear in future postings of Polu Texni.
Poem out in Blast-Off
My children’s poem “Dandelions” is now out in the October issue of Blast-Off, one of the children’s magazines published by the Department of Education in New South Wales, Australia. It’s charmingly illustrated by Gaye Chapman. I love being published by the School Magazine’s different magazines for different age groups; it’s amazing to think that this NYC lady’s work is being read by children on the other side of the globe!
Poem published in Cricket
My wee children’s poem, “Beach Glass,” is out in the September issue of Cricket!
New review of Eurydice Sings
Marianne Szlyk has posted a beautiful review of Eurydice Sings on her blog, The Song Is. Marianne is a professor of English at Montgomery College, an associate poetry editor for Potomac Review, and a member of the DC Poetry Project, and author of the poetry collections I Dream of Empathy (Flutter Press) and Listening to Electric Cambodia, Looking up at Trees of Heaven (Kind of a Hurricane Press).
“The Eagles’ Songs” up on Silver Blade
My poem “The Eagles’ Songs” is up on Silver Blade’s Summer 2018 issue, also with a recording. (Note: My name is actually pronounced LEE-bo-witz.)