Two Poems in Mid-American Review vol. XXXVI no. 2

Having moved this summer, the postal carrier just tracked me down to deliver my contributor copies of Mid-American Review vol. XXXVI no. 2, which contains my poems “One Light in a Field of Other Lights” and “At First It Buzzed Then Even the Buzzing Stopped” — the latter an ode of sorts to my broken garbage disposal. This gorgeous issue features literary goodness from the likes of Kristina Marie Darling, Devon Moore, Michael Meyerhofer, Michael Boccardo, and Doug Sutton-Ramspeck, to name but a few. Warm thanks to Abigail Cloud and the other editors and readers for MAR!

Poems Accepted at Mid-American Review & Sycamore Review!

A great big, dewy-eyed thank you to the editors of Mid-American Review for accepting my poems “One Light in a Field of Other Lights” and “At First It Buzzed Then Even the Buzzing Stopped” and to the editors of Sycamore Review for accepting my poem “It’s Something People In Love Do.” It’s sunny here in Syracuse and the birds in the driveway are singing.