I'm so pleased to be among a select number of poets published in the newest issue of River and South Review. This poem, "Rain Turns to Snow," is over a decade old and was part of my MFA thesis in 2006. The poem reflects on one of the last living memories of my mom, who passed away in 1998.
This is an online literary magazine, so read my poem, and the entire issue, HERE.
I'm so excited to host the first ever reading series for Glassworks Magazine, a publication of Rowan University's Master of Arts in Writing program.
Our first event is being held on Wednesday, October 21st at 8pm in Philadelphia. Thanks to Tattooed Mom for setting up a private room for us! Our featured readers will be Jeff Markovitz and Liz Langemak, both published in Issue 10 of Glassworks. Food and drinks will be available for purchase, as well as copies of recent issues for $10 each. I'll also have copies of my own chapbook on hand for $10, and the featured readers will be bringing their own books.
Can't make it to Tattooed Mom? Join us Thursday, October 29th at 6:30 on Rowan's campus. We'll be taking over the upstairs of the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Glassboro, NJ and free coffee and cookies will be available to all who attend. Our student editors will be reading from the new Issue 11 of Glassworks.
Full details are available on our Facebook page:
Hope to see you there!
It's been awhile since I've posted, but I'm pleased to be back online with another exciting publication announcement. My poem "Our Last Breakfast" has been included in the Fall 2015 edition of Border Crossing, a literary magazine published by Lake Superior State University's creative writing program.
Read the issue HERE
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