Obsessed with Pipework will be publishing “Tableau Vivant at 30,000 Feet,” and “Abandoned Bicycle,” “Clearing His Throat,” “A Last Supper,” “Snowmobiling at Midnight,” “Birthday Postcard” and “Poverty” will appear in an upcoming issue of FRiGG…
“Botany Lesson” and “Partridge Hunting” were accepted for publication by The High Window, and Calamus Journal will be publishing “Blue Willow China in a Mountain Cabin” later this month. “To the Harpist in the Hospital Waiting Room” will appear in By&By Poetry soon, and “English as a Second Language” was recently accepted for publication by Miller’s Pond Magazine.
Kelsay Books accepted the full-length manuscript “Ways to Make a Halo,” and Sinkhole will be publishing “A Last Supper,” “Mondegreen,” and “Food Poisoning” in an upcoming issue.
Kelsay Books of California has accepted “Ways to Make a Halo” for publication. This full-length collection is due to hit the shelves in early 2018.
Also, “Spring Flower Arrangement,” “Central Vacuum System,” “A Soccer Ball in March,” and “Fable for a Wilderness Tamed” have been accepted for publication by the Pennsylvania Literary Journal, from Anaphora Press.
“American Lotus” has been selected by the folks at Glass Lyre Press as the winner of their Kithara Book Prize. This new full-length collection should hit the shelves some time in 2018.
Sometimes, instead of trying to hit your mark, it helps to miss it on purpose, so you can be certain just where it lies–to your left or right, ahead or behind. This appears to be a human thing: everything else seems to know just where it’s headed, and where it should be. Gravel Magazine, from the University of Arkansas at Monticello’s MFA program
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