Many thanks to Literary Mama for publishing my poem “Dragonfly Daughter” published in their May/June 2020 issue. If you aren’t familiar with Literary Mama, set aside an hour or two with a glass of your favorite adult beverage and check out the variety of talented writers they publish. You can […]
My review of Nightingale by Paisley Rekdal was just published on 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine. If you’re interested in writing reviews, check out this post of Journals That Publish Poetry Book Reviews by Diane Lockward. You can browse through some of the reviews being published to get a feel […]
My review of ‘Light into Bodies’ by Nancy Chen Long published by Cleaver + they are open for submissions!
My review of Light into Bodies by Nancy Chen Long was just published on Cleaver, Philadelphia’s International Literary magazine. If you’re interested in writing reviews, browse through some the reviews Cleaver publishes in each monthly issue to get a feel for how they are written. Also, many presses/authors will provide a review copy for […]
My sincerest gratitude to Matthew J. Hall for his honest and intriguing review of my chapbook Footnote on his site Screaming with Brevity. I was particularly taken with the details and insightful comments he included in the review. He named several specific poems, but my favorite comments were […]
My review of ‘The Body’s Alphabet’ by Ann Tweedy published by Literary Mama + they are open for submissions! DEADLINE: Jan. 1, 2017
My review of The Body’s Alphabet by Ann Tweedy was just published in Literary Mama’s December issue. “This collection of poems adheres to the bodies of mothers and daughters, lovers and partners, childhood and children. It reminds us how close and distant we can be, at all times, to each other, to […]
My review of Nicole Rollender’s ‘Louder Than Everything You Love’ published by Yellow Chair Press + their free weekly poetry contest!
My review of Louder Than Everything You Love by Nicole Rollender just went up on Yellow Chair Review! “Rollender brings us in close, provides visions and imagery so full and real I came to know these women, stood in their kitchens, felt their ghosts drift across my bones. There’s both […]