I’m quite happy to share here today that a poem of mine will be featured in the Peeking Cat Anthology 2018. Its title is “school shooter,” and it appeared here at the blog back in May. This will be the fifth time my creative work has been published in an anthology.
Thank you, Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine Editor Sam Rose, for selecting the piece for inclusion. The Peeking Cat Anthologies are always beautifully put together, and I’m honored to see my work appear alongside so many talented contributors from around the world.
The anthology is scheduled for release in October. I’ll post ordering information when it becomes available.
I hope you all are enjoying a wonderful holiday weekend!
I’m honored today to see “Confession,” easily my most popular poem to date, featured in Issue 10 of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine. As in the past, I am grateful to Editor Samantha Rose for allowing me to share my work alongside that of so many talented writers.
Issue 10 can be purchased in paperback format for just $3.41 right here:
Issue 10 in paperback
Issue 10 can also be downloaded in PDF format for free! Just click here:
Issue 10 for free in PDF format
Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine released Issue 9 tonight; if you’re so inclined, you can peruse my poems, “Amanda” and “Amanda II, A Haiku.” (You can find them on pages 16 and 20, respectively.)
You can actually download the magazine for free right here:
Or, if you’d like to have a hard copy of Peeking Cat delivered to you, you can purchase it here:
Once again, thanks to Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine for allowing me to have my work included among that of so many talented authors.
It’s the quick November dark that descends annually, silently on us like a vast black cat – just after we turn our clocks back for daylight savings time.
I’ll be greeting the newly early dark tonight by relaxing with Issue 8 of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine. I’m going to revisit two poems that I especially like: Scott Thomas Outlar’s “Sucking Vapors” and Erren Geraud Kelly’s “Coffeehouse Poem #43.”