Kind of a Hurricane Press has published their latest anthology, Twice Upon a Time, and it’s available for purchase today! My poem, “Once a Fish, Always a Fish,” a macabre take on “The Little Mermaid,” is in it. Click the link to learn more! The anthology is described as such:
Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let their imaginations run wild with childhood memories, delve into the depths of, and if necessary, even re-create fairytales. As always, our authors pulled out all the stops, and created, what we believe is one of our finest, and most universally appealing anthologies to date. Twice Upon a Time has something for everyone. Enjoy.
Today Haunted Waters Press is featuring my sonnet “Shadows in the Attic.” It’s about how bittersweet it feels to live where my grandmother lived with her no longer physically here, though part of her will always be here. I hope you enjoy it.
I have three poems published at Pyrokinection today: “Stayed Sentiments, “Red,” and “Cramming.”
My poem “The Invasion” is now featured at From the Depths.
It seems like April is the only time I write poetry anymore, which is just too bad because I used to love it so much. The goal for this month is to write every day, then share my links every five days or so. Here are my poems for this week, so far.
Two of my poems, “Little Explorer” and “All Grown Up,” can be read in the newest edition of From the Depths A Story Will Rise from Haunted Waters Press. The former is about Wood Sprite, naturally, while the latter is about my middle sister. You can read them online or purchase a copy soon at the link!
Haunted Waters Press is featuring two of my poems in their upcoming issue of From the Depths. Look for it on sale this month. The two poems are “All Grown Up” and “Little Explorer.” The first is about my middle sister’s wedding, and the second is about my Wood Sprite. Another poem, “The Invasion,” may also be featured on the From the Depths website.
“All Grown Up” is also a winner of the Jefferson County Library’s 15th Annual Poetry Contest.