I have a good start to the year with several poems being accepted! Cascadia Rising Reivew took two poems; Ramingo's Porch took "The Psychic Ruins My Belief About the Afterlife"; and Rat's Ass Review took "What We Can Do". Tuck Magazine accepted "There is Always a Moment When the Child is Lost" and "If You Die Alone..." And I have finished my second poetry collection and hand it off to an editor at the end of March.
Several of my poems have found a home in the following publications: "Transition to Divorce" in Suisun Review; "Buzzwinkle" in The Scriblerus Journal; "Serving Lunch to the Homeless Men at the Gospel Mission" in Clover: A Lit Rag; and finally, the Spokane County Library produced a themed anthology on Celebration and they took two of my poems.
I am honored to have been interviewed by Christina Hamlett about my poetry, my writing process, and poetry in general in her blog You Read It Here First, Conversations with Today's Authors. Christina’s credits to date include 32 books, 159 stage plays, five optioned feature films, and a plethora of articles and interviews that appear in trade publications throughout the world.