“Ironbound Pond, Somerset County” will be appearing in the Hamilton Stone Review, and both “Left to my own devices,” and “As Things Progress” have been accepted for publication by Left Hooks. “Collision” will be printed in an upcoming issue of Bookends Review, and the Write City Magazine from the Chicago Writers’ Association will be publishing “Harvesting Garlic” and “Reverie: Afternoon Nap.” “In Winter, Twenty Years Later” has been accepted by Amy Kinsman for Riggwelter, and “Bluing,” “A Simple Gift,” and “Black Rat Snake” will appear soon in Ben Banyard’s excellent “Clear Poetry.”
A couple of new poems are up at the fine “Left Hooks.”
The poem “Driving West through Somerset County” is up at former US Poet Laureate Ted Kooser’s “American Life in Poetry” Web site, and in hundreds of newspapers across the country that run his column each week.
Now available: Issue #180 of Carole Baldock’s Orbis, featuring a few poems from yours truly and a whole host of other excellent poems and works of short fiction…
“Flycatcher in a Three-bay Barn” has been accepted for publication by Neologism Poetry Journal, “To My Mother-in-law, on the Occasion of Her Wake” will appear soon in PoetryCircle, Orchards Poetry Journal will be printing “Window Weights” and “1963 Impala Super Sport Convertible” in an upcoming issue, and “Wrapping Up” and “Billards” will be appearing in Anapest Journal. “Valley View Nursing Home, 1993” will appear in Edify, and “A New Confectionery,” “Darning the Sky,” and “Promises” will be published in Carole Baldock’s excellent Orbis.
(Another) poem about a deer, from the Web site of the Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/143856/driving-west-through-somerset-county