I just received word that Prick of the Spindle [http://www.prickofthespindle.com/] will be publishing one of my poems in the upcoming online issue! 😀
Prick of the Spindle is a bold, stunning literary journal that really pushes the boundaries on voice, form, and image. I am deeply honored to be included on the website.
I’ll let you know when the new issue drops!
*Side note: You know the poem I mentioned in my post “Fireworks Across the Ocean,” the one I completed after arriving in South Korea? Yeah, this poem is it. Something for you to look forward to!
The latest issue of Bellingham Review, containing two poems by yours truly, is now available! 😀
Since I live, you know, on the other side of the world, I’m still waiting to receive my copies, but based on the listing of writers on the back cover, the issue will be utterly phenomenal. I cannot wait to read it!
You should probably go pick up a copy, too. Right now. 🙂
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I’m not talking about the band. Or the Usher song. I’m just a wee bit embarrassed because I swore I’d keep up on the blog, and … errrm …. Yeah. I know. There’s one more New Year’s resolution out the window.
Before I delve into recent thoughts and dilemmas and writing, though, here’s a publication update:
Check out the new issue of Ruminate Magazine! My poem “Song of Husks” lives about halfway through. The issue itself is absolutely gorgeous– and ooooh boy, what amazing poems and stories! I’m incredibly proud to publish next to such talented writers. 🙂
(To order a copy, go to http://www.ruminatemagazine.com.)
OH! The latest issue of Poet Lore was waiting in my mailbox today, and it contains one of my poems, “Five Hundred Crows.” The volume is gorgeous and very intense, and I highly recommend you pick up a copy! =P