“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
in creative writing.
The poem “Aiming Off” has been accepted by the folks at Gravel, and “Sick at Christmas” will be appearing in an upcoming issue of Colorado Mesa University’s Pinyon. Spry will be publishing “The Cut Maple” in issue #9, and “An Updated Constellation” was selected by James Diaz at “Anti-Heroin Chic.” Offcourse will be publishing “Landscape with Pumpkins,” “For an Arch Not Built,” and “Quartering Downstream” in their Issue #68 (due out March 21st), and Justin Lowe has accepted “Safety Razor” for his excellent Bluepepper.
The poems “Musical Box” and “Border Town” are up (and in great company) at Noble/Gas.
The poem “Chase and Escape” is now live at Birch Gang Review….
The excellent Birch Gang Review will be publishing “Chase and Escape,” and Noble/Gas Quarterly has accepted “Border Town” and “Musical Box” for publication in the near future. “Quartz Hunting” has been accepted by Inklette, and “Snake in Effigy” will be appearing soon in The Maine Review. Also, Roanoke Review will be publishing “Night Vision: Lesson One,” “An Adage,” and “Poem in Which My Vehicle is Mistaken for a Police Car” (!).