Two poems Published in Eunoia Review

Sincere thanks to Editor Ian Chung of Eunoia Review for publishing my poems “There Will Be No Isaac” and “It Feels Like Cavatina” (originally published in The Taste of Your Music [Impspired, 2021]).

Poem “A Quiet House” published in Spotlight

My poem, “A Quiet House” (originally published in Dream Noir) has been included in the anthology Spotlight, put together by the awesome Jimmy Broccoli. This collection includes more than 80 poets from all over. All proceeds go to help Planned Pethood, an organization in Georgia that helps rescue, foster out, and get dogs and cats adopted. This poem was also published in my first poetry collection, The Taste of Your Music (Impspired, 2021).

Print volume 7 of impspired magazine released

Hi Folks. Check out the links below to purchase the Print Volume 7 of Impspired Magazine. A wonderful journal with writing from people all over the world. I have a few poems in it. Thanks so much to Editor Steve Cawte.

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Poem Published – one art

Thanks so much to Editor Mark Danowsky at ONE ART for publishing my poem, The Truth about Loving Me.

Poem Published in Chiron Review

Thanks so much to Editor Michael Hathaway for publishing my poem “Scrabble is Serious Business” in the Winter 2021 Issue of Chiron Review.

Two Poems Published in Rat’s Ass Review

Thanks so much to Editor Roderick Bates for publishing two of my poems in the Winter 2021 Issue.

Pushcart Prize Nomination

Heartfelt thanks to Editor Zvi A. Sesling and all the folks at Muddy River Poetry Review for nominating my poem “I Left God at a Chevron in Cincy” for a Pushcart Prize.

Poem Published in Front Porch Review

Thanks so much to Editor Glen Phillips for publishing my poem “Stuck” in the October 2021 Issue. Link is under Publications.

Poem Published in Muddy River Poetry Review

Good morning, my friends. One of my poems, “I Left God at a Chevron in Cincy,” has been published in the Fall 2021 issue of Muddy River Poetry Review. Many thanks to Editor Zvi A. Sesling for including me, this time and in a prior issue. This is a wonderful poetry journal. Here is a link to all the writers. My poem is the third one after all the fabulous feature poets. Happy reading.

Poem Published in Hobo Camp Review

Thanks so much to Editors James H. Duncan and Rachel Nix for publishing my poem, “Metaphors Smell of Hell in Winter” in the Autumn 2021 issue of Hobo Camp Review. The link is below.