Published: Rusty Truck, Deuce Coupe, and Poems for All

It’s summer in New York and this is the time of year that I tend to be more active and less inclined to be in front of the computer. I also tend to submit less work as I gather the sun’s light for the long, gray winters. I was lucky enough to be included in some fine journals, both online and in print.

I have three poems featured on Rusty Truck (Liminial Definition of Love, Stone Fences, and Hurricanes of Snow) which appear in my upcoming chapbook, Layers of Half-Sung Hymns on Cajun Mutt Press. Thank you Scot Young for taking these poems.

Scot Young also took a few poems over to the old Deuce Coupe that are shorter and maybe a little bit sad. You can read my poems Our House, Sunrise, and Filthy there.

Lastly, but not least, Robert Hansen at Poems for All has decided to revive my poem Trace, which he published a long time ago and give it a new cover. He also took a new poem, Quiet Underpinnings, which comes from a collection of poetry I am currently writing. Robert is a wonderful designer and scatters our poems around the world. I have always been a big fan of micro poetry print projects as they amaze me what large ideas can be fit in small places.

Please check these fine publishers out and wander around and read some other stuff too.

Read. Write. Be kind to each other. Support the small press.