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.
@Austin folks! Still some spots left! Come join us this weekend @http://www.thewritingbarn.com/class
Hope to see you at Jardín Cebú next Wednsday night! I’ll be participating in this event!
What a terrific gift to receive on New Year’s Day 2017! Two of my poems were published in The Found Poetry Review, Issue 10. It’s an outstanding issue!
“The Future of Early Modern Scottish Studies” is a two-day international conference which will be held at the University of St Andrews on 13 and 14 January 2017.
St Salvator’s Chapel in 1843
Our aim is to provide a space for a wide variety of scholars to come together and share their research, plans, and ideas covering all aspects of early modern Scotland. Presenters include over twenty leading scholars from across the British Isles and beyond.
The conference will consist of roundtable discussions and lightning talks as well as traditional papers and will be video recorded throughout. These recordings will subsequently be made available through this website to provide a longer term teaching and learning repository.
This conference is generously supported by the Institute of Scottish Historical Research.