Hey, gang — I received some nice news today. Poet Jenny Santellano has kindly agreed to feature a poem of mine in her ongoing video series.
Jenny is a particularly gracious creative person who allows other poets to benefit from her voice; she reads selected poems at her Youtube channel, which you can find right here. (Seriously, guys, she has a beautiful voice.)
The poem selected is “The Writer.” It was part of a trilogy of poems entitled “Three Dreamers,” which was first published in 2013 by Dagda Publishing in its online format, and then in its print anthology, “Threads.” (“Three Dreamers” was also subsequently published by Illumen Magazine, Dead Snakes and UFO Gigolo.)
I’ll be sure to post a link when the video appears.
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“Graceless Ravens Envy You” first appeared at Dead Snakes in 2015.
I just received some nice news — two of my poems were featured today at both Dead Snakes and UFO Gigolo. The first is entitled “June, Washington, 1998,” and was first published by Dead Beats Literary blog in 2012. The second is a short, humorous poem entitled “Crow’s Feet,” and appeared on this blog last week.
You can find the poems here at Dead Snakes, and here at UFO Gigolo.
As in the past, I am quite grateful to Stephen Jarrell Williams, Editor for both Dead Snakes and UFO Gigolo!
“A Muted Iris” was first published by Dagda Publishing in October 2014; the haiku was most recently published last year by Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine. (It follows “Amanda,” which was featured by both Dead Snakes and Peeking Cat.)
Thanks once again to Editor Stephen Jarrell Williams at Dead Snakes!
I’m happy today to see one of my latest poems featured over at UFO Gigolo. If you’d like to peruse “Blue Wolves Move In An Indigo Wood” and you didn’t see it yesterday at Dead Snakes, you can read it here: