It took some digging, but I finally found all the links to my work, both online and in print. My very first piece in All Things Girl didn’t pull up, so there’s that. I do have information on the rest, though.
“The Fairytale is Over” Rose and Thorn Journal Spring 2011
“Meet Me in the Middle” Vagina:: The Zine March 2012
“Statue” New Verse News July 19, 2012
“A Sidewalk in Need of a Day Off” and “Weight” Loch Raven Review Fall 2012
And in print or soon to be printed:
“And at the End of the World” Buzzkill: Apocalypse- An End of the World Anthology, Nightballet Press
“Summer Afternoon” — Hot Summer Nights by Inner Child Press
“House Tour” — Some Weird Sin Literary Magazine ( You can buy a hard copy or read it online)
And my first chapbook, “Letter to 20”— published by Poet’s Haven Press. The price is $6.00 and you have the choice of 4 cover colors. They are taking pre-orders, now, and the book will be released on February 1, 2013
As more things get published, I’ll keep you posted.
Yes, it’s been a little while. I haven’t forgotten you, dear readers; I’ve just been pushing through some new poetry, getting ready for the Midnight Shift’s performance of “Army of Darkness” and submitting some work. Speaking of which…
I found out on Monday that my poem “Summer Afternoon” will be published in an anthology next month. The book is called “Hot Summer Nights,” by Inner Child Press. It was a happy surprise to find out it was included. Some feisty work is in this… I hope you enjoy.
I’m still working on getting something accepted by a university press. I had hope for the Cleveland Review, but alas, another rejection letter. Still holding out hope for Appalachia Heritage out of Berea college, though. Submitted one of my favorite Southern themed pieces. My fingers are crossed.
Also submitted to New Verse News, again. I’ve been reading about the tragedy/travesty that is the Penn State scandal and have become interested in the fate of the JoPa statue. It’s even become a topic of debate with my friends– some of whom want it taken down, and others who say leave it up, but maybe put a plaque there talking about the Sandusky case. I agree with the latter, and my poem explains why. If it’s published, I’ll post a link. If it’s rejected, I’ll post the damn thing here. Either way, it WILL see the light of day.