I am so excited about my new chapbook Notations: The Imagined Diary of Julian of Norwich. Each book is single signature and hand sewn. They make wonderful gifts for your special friends. (Not too early to think 🎄!)
And, yes! Invite me to do a reading in your home, garden, bookstore, winery, ruin bar, church and actually almost anywhere. Julian and I love to travel! Everyone needs a little bit of Julian in their lives! Just send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to Red Bird Chapbooks for publishing my book, which was written during a time of great sorrow and stress.
Have you thought about taking a writing workshop or spending time in a residency abroad? That’s what I did this past Spring. Two very different experiences in two different countries: Wales and Mexico.
Here are the poets entering the manor house at Ty Newydd for a poetry master class with Gillian Clarke and Carol Ann Duffy.
And here I am in Maravatío Michoacán with fellow artists at the local museum.
Feel free to contact me for more information on one or both opportunities.
How sea foam is this! I actually have a sea poem in a book and it’s sharing water with my writing buddies Lisa Stice and Raquel Vasquez Gilliland and loads of other folks from Australia, Canada, England, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Pakistan, and Singapore. Thank you Lost Tower Publications for believing in this poem and a shout out to my writing group! Love you all! Oh, and the title is “Watching a Clown Frogfish Feed.” Ha! It’s a sea poem with a twist.
Great news! THE WEIRD SISTERS ANTHOLOGY is now in print with two tales by me! All proceeds from sales go to support INK Art Space/Spark Central, a community center in Spokane, WA. Let’s support the arts!
I never thought I’d write a poem about the sea much less write one and get it published but Holy Frogfish! my poem, ‘Watching a Clown Frogfish Feed’ has been chosen for publication in the ALONG THE SHORE ANTHOLOGY by Lost Tower Publications, forthcoming in April 2017!
Holy Leaves! My poem “Children at Play in Beaumont Park, 1934” will be part of The Poetry Leaves Project Exhibition May 2-31, 2017 and will also be published in the Poetry Leaves bound volume. If you happen to be in Michigan nearby Waterford Township this May, check it out—and take some photos for me.
Come join a group of worldwide readers in my virtual literary salon as we read Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka!
April 15-May 4, 2017
“Franz Kafka’s classic 1915 novella of unexpected horror and nightmarish transformation… ” (from The Metamorphosis, A New Translation by Susan Bernofsky) Click here to join. FREE and OPEN to all writers, readers and entomologists.
Thank you Portage Magazine and the student editors at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin for deciding to publish my poem “The Morning After the Super Moon.” The next issue comes out around April 15th.