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The Piker Press will publish three more of my poems.

I do realize that publication announcements are the last thing on anyone’s mind right now, given what is going on in our country.  (It is still our country, isn’t it?)

But I’d be remiss if I didn’t thank Sand Pilarski over at The Piker Press for accepting three more of my poems.  The online magazine will publish “Bumblebee” on August 24, “prayer upon an empty hilltop” on September 14, and “Contagion Is a Despot Poet” on October 19.

Stay safe, my friends.

It is times like this when I like to remember one of my favorite quotes:

There are those who will say that the liberation of humanity, the freedom of man and mind, is nothing but a dream.

They are right. It is the American Dream.

— Archibald MacLeish

 

 

 

The Piker Press features “March Midnight Window”

I’m honored today to see my poem “March Midnight Window” appear over at The Piker Press.  You can find it at the link below.  As always, I am grateful to Editor Sand Pilarski for allowing me to join this terrific creative community!

“March Midnight Window,” by Eric Robert Nolan

 

 

The Piker Press will feature three more of my poems in 2020.

I’m honored to share here that three more of my poems will be published in the coming months by The Piker Press. These will be “March Midnight Window” on March 23, “Not of Byzantium” on April 20, and “Ode” on May 25.

As always — thank you, Editor Sand Pilarski, for allowing me to share my work via The Piker Press!

 

 

The Piker Press features “Lie To Me, But Brightly”

I am honored today to see another one of my poems featured by The Piker Press!  Its title is “Lie To Me, But Brightly,” and you can find it at the link below.

Once again, I’m grateful to Editor Sand Pilarski for allowing  me to share my work with the readers of this superb weekly online journal of literature, arts and sciences.

“Lie To Me, But Brightly,” by Eric Robert Nolan

 

 

 

The Piker Press features “Lilac, Wine, Pomegranate, Black”

I’m pleased to see a short poem of mine published by The Piker Press — “Lilac, Wine, Pomegranate, Black.”  You can find it right here.

As always, thanks to Editor Sand Pilarski for allowing me to contribute to this terrific weekly online journal of arts and sciences!

 

 

The Piker Press features “As Silver as the Stars You Tried to Rival”

I’m very happy to share here that The Piker Press published another one of my poems today.  Its title is “As Silver as the Stars You Tried to Rival,” and you can find it right here.

The Piker Press community is a terrific place for storytellers, poets and artists.  As always, I’m grateful to Editor Sand Pilarski for allowing me to share there.

 

 

The Piker Press features “November, Blue Ridge Mountains, 1992”

I’m happy today to see The Piker Press publish one of my short poems — “November, Blue Ridge Mountains, 1992.”  You can find it right here.

Thank you, Editor Sand Pilarski, for allowing me to share my work once again with the creative community of The Piker Press!

 

 

The Piker Press will feature four more of my poems.

I’m honored to share here that The Piker Press will feature four more of my poems in the coming months.  “November, Blue Ridge Mountains, 1992”  will appear on November 18.  “As Silver as the Stars You Tried To Rival” will be published on December 16.  “Lilac, Wine, Pomegranate, Black” will appear on January 13, and “Lie To Me, But Brightly” will be featured on February 10.

As always, I am grateful to Editor Sand Pilarski for allowing me to share my voice through The Piker Press!