Category Archives: Poems

“Momentarily” at Sweet Tree Review

My poem, “Momentarily” is in the Summer issue of Sweet Tree Review. I was drawn to their theme of ineffable connectivity.

As you likely know, connectivity is something I say and struggle with a lot. I also use poetry to get me to or into a connected state, so it was a pleasure to pursue that idea with this publication. The presentation is beautiful, and the other works included are lovely.

My poem is in a book! ♥

My poem “Self-Inflicted” appears in the first release from Twelve Point Collective entitled, “Every Beginning I’ve Ever Written is Kind of Sad.” (Volume I, Autobiographical.)     I love the illustration by Germán Salazar, shown with my poem—it really matches the subject matter well, but also adds additional symbolism. I’m still reading and re-reading through…Continue Reading

Three Poems – Eunoia Review

Three Poems – Eunoia Review

Today, I am happy to have three poems published at Eunoia Review! “The Classification of Rainbows,” “Requires Heavy Lifting,” and “Pavee” have found their home. I am pleased to see all three together, in such a well-represented venue. I have been a fan of poems published here for some time, and I feel privileged to be…Continue Reading

“Memory Fruit” published on Virtual Verse

“Memory Fruit” published on Virtual Verse

My poem “Memory Fruit” is on Virtual Verse’s site today! The concept behind Virtual Verse is to write a poem based on an image they provide. They provided this lovely and mysterious image by Julien Menier.     To see the poem on Virtual Verse’s site, visit: http://visualverse.org/ You can find it on page 25, toward…Continue Reading

How Does Inside-out Feel? (poem)

How Does Inside-out Feel? (poem)

  asking myself this question I already know like books stacked all that knowledge, violinist of a breath; this time healing has come to mean some things: the earth is not an oyster, Shakespeare omitted me it is the spare tire that you forgot to take it is the core of the apple bitten around…Continue Reading

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