Great news! Peeking Cat Literary will publish a new poem of mine, both online on January 23 and in its next annual anthology in October 2021. The title of the poem is “The Rough, Violet Stone.”
Peeking Cat Literary is the new incarnation of the former Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine, which recently returned after a one-year hiatus with some ambitious new directions. You can find all the details about the magazine’s new era by viewing its October 3 Facebook live event right here.
Thanks once again to Editor Sam Rose for allowing me to share my voice all over the world via this first-rate literary venue! I will be honored to see my poem both in the online magazine and in the print anthology.
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!
The February 2018 Issue of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine is out, and is available both for purchase and for free in PDF format. If you’d like to read my poem, “This Windy Morning,” you can find it on page 14.
Thank you once again to Editor Sam Rose for allowing me to share my work!
Hey, I got some really nice news this morning. Editor Samantha Rose at Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine told me that she will feature my recent poem, “An Altogether Different Slumber,” in the July issue.
I’m always grateful to see my work appear beside Peeking Cat’s many talented contributors from all over the world. Thanks, Sam!
The Peeking Cat Anthology 2016 was released today! It has no fewer than 40 poems, three short stories and six photos. One of the poems is a micropoem of mine entitled “My mother’s apartment.” (It’s the third one in the volume, on page 5.)
You can order this first ever of Peeking Cat’s anthologies in hardcover right here, and paperback right here. If you’d prefer a Kindle version of the collection, you can purchase and download it here.
It is always wonderful to see my work appear in Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine, but being published in its first anthology is a real honor. Thanks once again to Editor Sam Rose!