The May issue of Verse-Virtual is up, with my poems “What Does Covid-19 Smell Like?” and “Stuck-at-Home Soup” (plus a lot of other wonderful poetry).
Issue 32 of Misfit Magazine is out, including my poems “Six Flamingo Postcards” and “Food Medicine.”
Lots of other fine poets in this issue, too, so check it out!
My poem “How to Be Here” is up at Dissonance magazine:
Happy spring! We’ve swept away the matzoh crumbs, and it’s raining poems in Sarah land. You can now read “That Poem Looks Like a Typewriter” on As It Ought to Be magazine.
And you can read “Fortune” on Gyroscope.
Pirene’s Fountain’s Bridging Divides issue is (finally!) out, and it includes my poems “The Guardians,” “Miami Airport Nocturne,” and “English Lessons.”
Issue #84 of Offcourse is out, with three of my poems: “Happy,” “To Whoever Is in Charge,” and “Happy Freaking Earth Day.”
My poem “Early Shift” has been published in the Spring 2021 issue of Third Wednesday. You can access a free digital copy of the magazine:
My poem “Blurred Lines” has been published by Dissonance Magazine today:
The video of the first Verse-Virtual Book Party is available on YouTube. (I’m at around 40:11. But it’s a pretty delicious group of readers, so I recommend starting at the beginning!)
On the cusp of February the February issue of Verse-Virtual has come out, with three of my poems (all reprints): “Car Trouble,” “Daffodils in February,” and “Nesting”: