For National Poetry Month, 84 other writers and I post daily remixes of Pulitzer Prize winning novels, one per day for 30 days.

New issue of Otis Nebula hits the world wide web.

“Attractive Older Women,” a poem, shows up in Busk.

“We Are Fourteen,” a story, in Avatar Review’s 13th Issue

                                                            


six poems in Zone


                                                       poem in Zócalo Public Square

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8.12

7.12

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1.11

selected book reviews

6.13

Issue 8 of Otis Nebula goes live.

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Two poems appear in issue 7 of The Found Poetry Review.

8.14

3.15

Interviewed on the blog, godlikepoet.com.

10.14

Otis Nebula issue 9 drops.

9.15

Three poems up on Hobart.

Two poems in Sugar House Review, issue 12.

12.15

Two poems up at glittermob.

1.16

3.16

A collection of poems, How To Dance While Dying, available from Dancing Girl Press.

1.17

“Legacy Highway” appears in issue 5 of Saltfront

5.17

An original musical composition, “Slow Letter,” performed by St. Louis musicians, in a concert honoring Armenian poet, Marine Petrossian. A Poetry Scores production.  

9.17

A story, Christmas Alligator, appears online in Tin House.

5.18

An excerpt from a longer work entitled West Temple is featured in 15bytes’ Read Local First series.

12.18

Otis Nebula issue 13 hits the digital stands.

8.19

The poem “Georgia and Vine” shows up in the 11th issue of Free State Review

7.19

The 14th issue of Otis Nebula is released.

1.20

“Nightjar” and an interview appear in the winter issue of Driftwood. The issue is available for free online until July 2020. 
https://www.driftwoodpress.net/currentvolume