I have a hard time using this space to promote my writing. I’d like to pull down the shade, and sit quietly. But on the other hand, I do want to support the wonderful journals that have recently published my work. So if you are inclined to follow links:
Untitled Country Review has my poem, Squint, in it’s latest issue. It’s magical and beckoning, this issue that asks you to imagine and step inside.
Naugatuck River Review is a beautiful print journal that features prose poetry. My poem, Camping at Six Thousand Feet, has found a good home in this journal. Looking for a poetry journal to support? This journal will keep you warm through this upcoming winter.
And for those of you who have been asking for a book of posts from this blog, I am happy to announce the eBook, The Peppermint Bottle, has been released. Prefer to have a copy of the posts in a printed, full-color book? The tree version will be out within a few weeks. I thank those of you who have continually asked for alternative ways to read these posts. The connections and conversations which result because of these posts make a difference in my journey. And I hope such is the case for you as well.
Click here for more details about ordering The Peppermint Bottle in a Kindle version.
My many thanks.