Edging toward spring 2018, I reflect on the passage of this past year in terms of publications.
Despite the disruption due to the major nine-month home renovation that began in April 2017, I am pleased to share with you the following publication news and available links.
Contour Drawing published in Green Hills Literary Journal,
Upcoming Print Publications of Poetry:
Instruction accepted by Jelly Bucket Journal, upcoming print publication vol.#8
Foxes accepted by Big Muddy Journal, upcoming print publication
Breckenridge published in Thin Air Journal vol.23
St. Moritz to be published online in Furious Gazelle Journal, July 8, 2018
To Be Lost in Nature Is To Be Found, the collaborative book of my prose and produced in partnership with graphic designer and artist, Robin Brandes, sold out at the Desta Gallery and has had a second printing. Copies sell for $20 and can be procured by emailing me directly.
A history of the Katonah Poetry Series that I wrote is included in How a Poem Happens, a book of Andy Kuhn’s interviews conducted of poets who read at the Series. The book is available on Amazon and is a wonderful compilation for readers of poetry and aspiring poets.
As the season of light and growth returns, I wish you all inspiration and renewal.