Last night I received the delightful news that three of my poems — “In Small Significant Ways We Are Horses,” “To Keep At Least Partially In the Air,” and “We Are Many People Some Okay” — have been accepted for publication in Alaska Quarterly Review! I celebrated by baking a potato at 1:30 am and watching The Man with the Golden Gun. Made sense at the time
I’m delighted to share the news that my poems “Sunsets Like Strobe Lights” and “That’s Why They Invented Cheesecake” have just been accepted at The Carolina Quarterly!
Happy Labor Day everyone. I’m delighted to share the news that my poem “I Smell the Dirt All Around Me and Above” has been accepted for publication in Pleiades!
Thrilled to share the news that my poems “We Live on a Foreign Planet This One” and “Sneaking Back Inside” have been accepted at cream city review! Back in 2012 they published my poem “Communication Problems in the Middle Ages” which later appeared in my book The Maintenance of the Shimmy-Shammy. It’s so great to have work forthcoming from there again!
My poems “On a Foreign Planet Surrounded by Sugar Maples” and “Bats and Applesauce” have been accepted at the North American Review!
Huge thank yous to the good folks at Southern Indiana Review for accepting “I Am a Speaker You Are Vibrating” and “A Small Choir of Sour Voices” — two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale!
Thrilled to share the news that my poems “To the Dirt Which Will in Time Consume Us All” and “A Lot Going On Up There” have been accepted for publication in Narrative Magazine!
Thrilled to share the news that my lyric essay “Strike Anywhere” has just been accepted at Quarterly West. This is the second essay from my recently completed series on the four classical elements to have found a home–it’s theme, no surprise, is fire. Also Jack Tripper’s in it. On skates.
As the full-length manuscript of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale begins to find its way out to a few presses for consideration, it’s a thrill to share the news that one of the remaining unpublished poems, “Every Other Week a New Planet,” has just been accepted at Jellyfish Magazine!
Additionally, three of our previously published collaborative prose poems have been accepted for They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing, forthcoming next summer from Black Lawrence Press. Yippee!
I’m delighted to share the news that my poems “Shadows of Blackbirds on Our Arms” and “Let’s Arm Ourselves with Supple Skin” have been accepted for publication in the venerable Southwest Review. Helps make up for the fact that someone seems to have misplaced the springtime sun here in Syracuse. Been missing for a week. Probably fell behind the fridge. 🙂