I had to reread the email 20 times to make sure it was real…and apparently it is. I’m elated to announce that The Missouri Review has accepted six of my poems. I’ll be one of their featured poets in an upcoming issue. I’m going to try to calm down now. Here’s a picture of some wind turbines.
My prose poem “I Haven’t Seen You in 13 Years and You Show Up Blind and So Do I” — written collaboratively with Dustin Nightingale — has been accepted at Barnstorm. Thank you Poetry Editors Stephen Brand & Katie Brunero!
Waking up with a sore throat today was a drag. The beautiful rain was a consolation. Getting my poem “Save the Receipts For a Kind of Diary” accepted at Hayden’s Ferry Review was a great big consolation.
As the Perseids begin dropping in earnest around us, I’m delighted to announce that two of the collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale – “Raising the Titanic” and “I Think That Guy Came With a Violin On His Back and Wants To Play a Song” – have been accepted by the online journal elsewhere.
Jumping up and down under the sliver of a moon tonight to share the news that my poem “Otherwise Inexplicable Animation to the Forms Above” has been accepted by the good folks at The Collagist!
Thank you to The Boiler Journal for accepting “Brush Aside the Noise with Locks of Matted Hair” – another collaborative prose poem written with Dustin Nightingale!
Seriously dazzled to have “My Markings Easily Recognizable Even In a Windstorm” and “Sometimes You Walk Around and Get Decapitated” — 2 collaborative prose poems written with Dustin Nightingale — accepted at Horsethief. Yeehaw!
Great big summertime thank yous to the editors of Two Peach for accepting “I Fear We Have Made a Terrible Mistake” — another in the series of collaborative prose poems I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale.
A great Big Easy thank you to the editors of The University of New Orleans’ Bayou Magazine for accepting “What Ample Feels Like,” another collaborative prose poem in the series I’ve been writing with Dustin Nightingale.
Delighted to share the news that I’ve just had two poems accepted for Slice Magazine‘s upcoming Distraction theme issue: “A Recognized Maritime Signal for Distress” and “How Is Knowing That Supposed to Help.” Thank you poetry editor Tom Haushalter!