Thursday, October 29, 2015

"Summer in the Everglades" in "The Four Seasons" by Kind of a Hurricane Press

I am very pleased to announce my poem "Summer in the Everglades" has been published in the poetry anthology, "The Four Seasons" by Kind of a Hurricane Press. A very big thank you to editor A. J. Huffman for including my poem in this fabulous collection of poetry to be enjoyed during every season of the year. And of course a huge, huge thank you to all my supporters.

Details on "The Four Seasons" and where to buy a copy can be found here:

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Exercise Bowler Fall 2015 Issue 22 is now live online

Exercise Bowler Fall 2015 Issue 22 is now live online!

There is some great poetry from some regulars and newcomers, including: Michael Keshigian, Carl Boon, Woodrow Hightower, Linda M. Crate, and more. Read it all here!:

Please note that Exercise Bowler is presently on hiatus. Poetry and chapbook review submissions will not be accepted until further notice. Thank you!

Enjoy the Fall 2015 issue of Exercise Bowler, and of course a very big thank you to everyone who made this issue possible.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Issue 3 Pixies of Eglantine is now live online

Issue 3 of Pixies of Eglantine marks its third year of publication - not bad for a themed-oriented poetry e-zine. In this issue we have poetry by: John Kaniecki, Veronica Marshall, Linda M Crate and Josh Brown. You can read the latest issue here:

And of course submissions are open year round. Submission guidelines are here:

Happy poetry reading and Happy Midsummer 2015 to all readers! A very big thank you to everyone who supports Pixies of Eglantine!

Monday, June 1, 2015

Issue 21 Summer 2015 Exercise Bowler now live online

There is some great work to read by this summer by: Linda M. Crane, Clifford Saunders, Scott Thomas Outlar, Michael Keshigian, Ally Malinenko, and more.

A special thank you to Shorsha Sullivan who contributed an electronic manuscript copy of  "With the People from the Bridge" for review by me which appears in this issue.

A very big thank you to everyone who took part in making Issue 21 of Exercise Bowler possible! Enjoy your summer reading.

And, as always, I accept submissions on a rolling basis throughout the year.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Poem published in Rope & Wire

I am happy to have my latest poem entitled "Sundown Saunders" published in Rope & Wire:

The 1935 film "Powdersmoke Range" inspired this poem and of course its actor in character, Tom Tyler, who never disappoints.

Thank you to all who enjoy my work!

Thursday, March 12, 2015

"Quiet Beauty" poem published in Venus in Scorpio

First of all I want to thank Jade of Venus in Scorpio for deciding to publish my poem "Quiet Beauty" this March 2015. This simple yet meaningful poem can be read here:

Second, I want to thank the inspiration for this poem, the long-gone but not forgotten silent film actor Tom Tyler.

Third, thank you to the author of the comment, B. Z. Niditch, for appreciating my work:

A huge, huge thank you to everyone who reads and appreciates my poetry!

Monday, March 2, 2015

Spring 2015 Issue 1 Sensors C Diff now live online

Sometimes it can be a challenge getting a new electronic literary publication off the ground - but we did it! Sensors C. Diff is now live with its inaugural issue in two formats, an ebook, and a PDF. Take your pick!

It's a quaint issue but the next issue due out in Fall 2015 will be even bigger and better!

A very big thank you to the following contributors to this first issue: Robin Wyatt Dunn, Gary Ives, Jon Wesick, and Eric Suhem.

Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. The second issue will be due out the first week of September 2015.

Enjoy the first issue!

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Issue 20 Spring 2015 Exercise Bowler now live online

For the spring 2015 season Exercise Bowler has poems by: Donal Mahoney, Michael Keshigian, Tatjana Debeljacki, Fred Pollack, and more.

There is also a chapbook review of  "Appalachian Night" (Mark Jackley) that is a must read.

Once again, a huge, huge thank you to everyone who has contributed poetry to Exercise Bowler, and as always, poems are accepted on a rolling basis.

Enjoy the issue!