I have written two books of poetry and one poetry chapbook. The Road to Continental Heart will be published in 2021. I have published a number of individual poems in various journals. Links to some of these poems appear below.
Animal Words, Rainbow Raiment Muse, Reading Edna St. Vincent Millay, and The Kiss – Gravitas, May, 2020; available from Amazon here. Read the poems here.
Another Light Has Flickered Out and Who Loves You Not – Comstock Review, Summer, 2020. Read the poems here.
Another Light Has Flickered Out – TOHO Journal, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2020; available from TOHO Journal here. Read the poem here.
Apocalypse and Darkmoon – Tatterhood Review; online here. Read the poems here.
Brooksy – The Journal of Undiscovered Poets, 2021; available from the Journal here. Read the poem here.
Desperate Squeaks – Loon Magic and other night sounds, 2019; available from Outrider Press here. Read the poem here.
He's Tall and Thank You – Maximum Tilt, Winter 2020; available from Amazon here. Read the poems here.
Moving Out – Crosswinds Poetry Journal, Volume V, 2020; available from Crosswinds here. Read the poem here.
Moving Out – The Heartland Review, Spring 2020; available from Amazon here. Read the poem here.
Suddenly It Was Morning – Steam Ticket, May 2020. Read the poem here.
The Perseids – Inscape, Volume 43, 2020. Read the poem here.
The Silence – From Whispers to Roars, May 2020; online. Read the poem here.
Trail Maker – River and South, May 2019; online here. Read the poem here.
Sixfold has a unique editorial process: they crowdsource acceptance. The poet submits five poems and these are distributed to three other submitters, along with six other submissions, in three rounds. The submitter/readers then rank the three sets of six they receive. Finally, Sixfold generates a final rank mathematically based on the results and publishes those above a certain rank in the print journal. My submission ranked 14 of 315 submissions and all five poems were published in the August 2019 issue, available here from Amazon. Here are those poems:
- A Sleepless Sense of Found.
- You Are Leaving.
- O My Heart.
- Wordsmouth Harbor Founder.