A Popped-into-My-Head Poem I am pleased to share that my poem "To Live by the Sea" appears in Volume 15 of DASH Literary Journal. I had the pleasure of reading the poem over Zoom on launch day to the students in the class that produced the journal. I'm not sure what kind of poem it … Continue reading Publication in DASH Literary Journal
I'm pleased to share that my tanka, "Over the River to Grandmother's House We Go," has been published in the July 2022 issue of First Literary Review-East. Like "Candia, New Hampshire, 1926: Velma," this poem was published without its companion piece: Our Other Grandmother who is this person never leaves her chair black maid welcomes … Continue reading #tanka publication: “Over the River to Grandmother’s House We Go”
Publication Announcement I am pleased to have a poem of mine featured in another anthology published by the Peterborough Poetry Project. The editor of the anthology describes it as "[A]n anthology of postcard poetry ("Post Script") with postcard poems, essays, and a little history of postcards and postcard poetry in the U.S." As soon as … Continue reading A Little Poetic License
A big thank you to Miriam Hurdle for featuring her review of Grief Songs on her blog, The Showers of Blessings. (Click on the link above to read the full review.)
Hot Press! Hot Press!
It’s an exciting day today to share the goodnews with you about my friend, Elizabeth Gauffreau’s new release GriefSongs: Poems of Love & Remembrance.
About the Book
“Poetry readers willing to walk the road of grief and family connections will findGrief Songs: Poems of Love & Remembrancea psychological treasure trove. It’s a very accessible poetic tribute that brings with it something to hold onto–the memories and foundations of past family joys, large and small.”
~Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review
“Grief Songs: Poems of Love & Remembranceis a passionate ode to loved ones lost and an intimate portrayal of one family’s shared grief. It holds the key to solace in home photographs and illustrates just how special our singular moments can be. ~Toni Woodruff, Independent Book Review
“A beautiful, personal collection of family photos and poems that express the author’s most…
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