I am pleased to see my poems “Springtime in Washington” and “Give a poor man a fish” up at The Wild Word:
I was very happy to learn that New Orleans-based Likely Stories will be publishing three of my poems, all of them written in a satirical vein.
The pieces are “Noble savage,” “Dowry,” and “Blow it out your blowhole.”
I am incredibly pleased that I will be able to say that I published a poem called “Blow it out your blowhole.” That made my day, week, and month.
You can visit Unlikely Stories here: http://unlikelystories.org
Pleased my poem “Endings” found a home here:
It has been a good writing week!
My essay, “A Great Law of Peace,” about my attempts to learn, live, and to teach peace will be appearing at ChildReach this coming week (a link will be forthcoming). I also learned that Open Thought Vortex (OTV) will be publishing my poems “Sevens,” “Mistake(s) by the lake,” and “Little Boy Blue(s)” about the cities of Windsor, Ontario, Cleveland, Ohio, and St. Louis, Missouri.
I was also delighted to learn that the inaugural issue of Landlocked Lyres will be featuring my poems “City on the Hill,” “Mr. and Mrs. Bridge,” and “Warren Avenue.”
Links to all will be forthcoming.
Delighted to learn that the Berlin, Germany-based The Wild Word will be publishing my poems “Springtime in Washington” and “Give a poor man a fish” later this spring.
When the poems appear I will post a link here.
I was pleased to learn that The Blue Nib is putting out their first print anthology and that I am included in it.