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The Fifth Di magazine features “Industrial Revolution”

It’s a lazy poetry Saturday — I had a lot of fun attending the Peeking Cat Literary relaunch on Facebook this afternoon, and I am now enjoying my copy of The Fifth Di, Hiraeth Books’ outstanding magazine of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.

It’s truly fun stuff, and you can order your copy of the September Issue right here.  And when you’ve got a copy, please check out my poem “Industrial Revolution” on page 42.  🙂  (Thanks again to Managing Editor Tyree Campbell for accepting my work for such a first-rate indie lit mag!)

Stay safe out there, friends.

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Hiraeth Books will publish three of my poems!

Great news!  The good folks over at Hiraeth Books will publish three of my poems in the coming months.  “Not of Byzantium” and “All Our Faults Are Fallen Leaves” will appear in the Winter Issue of Illumen magazine, which will be released in January.  “Industrial Revolution” will appear in the September Issue of The Fifth Di magazine.

If you follow this blog, then you know that Illumen is a favorite magazine of mine because of its excellent speculative poetry, but The Fifth Di is a magazine with which I’m not yet acquainted.  It sounds like a terrific science fiction periodical, and I’ll be looking forward to reading my first copy when the September issue is published.

Thanks once again to Managing Editor Tyree Campbell for allowing me to share my voice with such outstanding indie lit publications!

 

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Illumen magazine features “Smiling Among Inert Shipwrecks” in its Spring 2020 issue

I got some more great news today — Illumen magazine released its Spring 2020 issue, featuring my poem “Smiling Among Inert Shipwrecks.”  This edition of the magazine boasts a cover by artist Sandy DeLuca, and names Francis W. Alexander as its Featured Poet.  You can order a copy from Hiraeth Books right here.

Thanks again to Illumen Editor in Chief Tyree Campbell for accepting my poem for this outstanding quarterly digest of speculative poetry.

 

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