I just received the wonderful news that my poem “Whatchamacallit” — which was published in Prairie Gold Anthology: An Anthology of the American Heartland from Ice Cube Press — has just been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
I’m so proud to be a part of this amazing anthology of writing from and about the Midwest. If you haven’t read the anthology, you can learn more about it and order a copy directly from the press HERE.
Thank so much Steve Semken and editors Lance M. Sacknoff, Xavier Cavazos and Stefanie Brook Trout!
I’m overjoyed to receive my copy of Prairie Gold: An Anthology of the American Heartland, edited by Lance M. Sacknoff, Xavier Cavazos and Stefanie Brook Trout (Ice Cube Press, 2014).
This anthology contains my poems “One Kitchen One Afternoon” and “Whatchamacallit.”
It has a wealth of fiction, nonfiction and poetry about, concerning, set, dissecting, celebrating, criticizing and et cetera the American Midwest.
Learn more about the book and grab yourself a copy HERE.
A facebook page containing news of readings and otherwise related to the anthology is HERE.
I’m delighted to announce that two of my unpublished poems have been accepted for the forthcoming anthology Prairie Gold: An Anthology of the American Heartland published by Ice Cube Press. You can peruse a complete list of the poetry, fiction, and nonfiction contributors and titles HERE.
Thank you editors Lance M. Sacknoff, Xavier Cavazos, and Stefanie Brook Trout!