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!
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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!
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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!
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