This was a very pleasant surprise. I have never been a “featured poet” before. I am honoured and humbled, too.
I am delighted to report that The Black Lion Journal will be publishing 3 of my poems in their next collection. The pieces, “Jeremiah’s Jeremiad,” “Tribunes” and “American promises” are all poems I wrote to address the current “American moment.” I am honoured that they will be featured and will post the link when they appear.
Today is a great writing day.
I just learned that three of my poems are going to appear in Volume IV of The Blue Hour Anthology. This is thrilling for so many reasons but not least because the three they chose are all very close to my heart:
1 poem is about Detroit; 1 poem is about the Funk Brothers; 1 poem is dedicated to my father and how I have watched him provide loving care and undying loyalty to his mother who will be turning 100 this June.
And then I found out that over at The Blue Nib they are taking four more of my poems, including one I wrote about Charlottesville, two I wrote about Detroit, and one I wrote about mourning an abused horse.
Like I said, today has been a great writing day . . . and a great day overall. When the poems are available I will share links here.
I am very pleased to learn that my poem “Endings” will be appearing in the Summer 2018 edition of Rat’s Ass Review. Excited to be included in the review and I have to say that I love the name of the magazine. . . .
Here is a link to three poems of mine which were just published by The Blue Nib: http://magazine.thebluenib.com/article/3-poems-by-jeremy-nathan-marks/
Thank you for reading.
I was pleased -very pleased- to learn this evening that three of my poems will be appearing soon at The Black Lion journal. The pieces are entitled “North Providence Deli,” “Scenes from my father’s Rhode Island” and “Ladies Auxiliary.” The poems are each about what you might call my imagining of my own parents’ pasts. When the poems appear, I will post a link here.
I was pleased to learn that The Blue Nib will be publishing 3 of my poems, including one which I dedicated to my daughter Nora. When the pieces appear I will post a link here.