A set of my photos are featured at the newly launched The Local Train magazine. I am grateful to the editors for enabling me to be a part of this new endeavor: https://thelocaltrainmag.wordpress.com/2019/04/21/winter-street-level/
I am honoured that Writers Resist has two of my poems on their site today.
When I work with students in creative writing I like to tell them that poetry, plays, and fiction can be about anything they like. It is a canvas for their imagination and they can use it to delve into areas of the silly and absurd as life often is both. . . among other things.
Anyway, I like to try and practice what I preach, that is, I like to try and put my own work (and myself) out there. This is why I am using my website to share my publications.
Three photographs of mine are up at Front Porch Review. I had entitled them “enucleation” but for some reason, the editor changed the name to “Oh, Canada!” which is a title I would never use.
Nevertheless, I am grateful the photos were accepted and published.
You can view the photographs here: http://frontporchrvw.com/issue/april-2019/article/oh-canada
Chase Dimock and As It Ought To Be Magazine have been kind enough to publish this poem of mine:
What a treat to have my micro piece “Elephants and Dolphins” see the light of day at Microfiction Monday Magazine. You can read the piece here: https://microfictionmondaymagazine.com
I am delighted that my poem “Something illegal” is in the latest edition of KYSO Flash. You can read it here: http://www.kysoflash.com/Issue11/MarksIllegal.aspx
I am very grateful for the timing of this poem’s appearance. Yesterday it snowed in Los Angeles, Joshua Tree, California and over in Las Vegas, Nevada. Yesterday a story appeared about polar bears raiding a rubbish dump in Novaya Zemlya, Siberia because of poor sea ice.
I am one of those folks that write poems in response to things going on around me, so it is especially pleasing when I feel like the timing of a poem’s appearance is just right. Thank you, As It Ought To Be for featuring what I do. I am very appreciative.