“Danny Says” Will Be Published in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature

My short story, Danny Says–a vignette, will be published in the June 2016 issue of The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. I’m pumped to be included in their 20 Year Anniversary Celebration! The good people over at Dead Mule have been putting out quality “Brain Fertilizer” on the web for–count them–twenty years. Twenty years … Continue reading “Danny Says” Will Be Published in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature

Four of My Poems are Alive and Fluttering NOW–as in right now, right this very second–Over at Thirteen Myna Birds

Julie Cook has released the last flock of Thirteen Myna Birds for 2015 from captivity. Head on over to the site to read four of my poems–fluttering birds numbered seven, eight, nine & ten–as well as poems from the likes of Lauren Gordon, Matthew J. Hall, Nicole Rollender, Erin Renee Wahl, Steve Sibra (whose poem “Shake … Continue reading Four of My Poems are Alive and Fluttering NOW–as in right now, right this very second–Over at Thirteen Myna Birds

“For the City of Light, Nov. 13th, 2015” & “Maybe the Burning Bush” Will Be Published in the February Issue of Foliate Oak Literary Magazine

More news on the poetry front! Two of my poems, For the City of Light, Nov. 13th, 2015 & Maybe the Burning Bush, will be included in the February issue of Foliate Oak Literary Magazine. You can read my poems and the rest of the magazine online FOR FREE! Look for the issue to come out … Continue reading “For the City of Light, Nov. 13th, 2015” & “Maybe the Burning Bush” Will Be Published in the February Issue of Foliate Oak Literary Magazine

Four of My Poems Will Join the Flock Over at Thirteen Myna Birds in the Not Too Distant Future

Writer, editor, publisher (over at Blood Pudding Press) and self-described “grotesque glitter witch medusa hybrid” Juliet Cook has–so graciously–accepted four of my poems (Reworking the Banjo Man, Shriek, The Same Two Questions & Pyramid Electric Co.) to join her next flock over at Thirteen Myna Birds. Juliet publishes thirteen birds in each of her flocks and, … Continue reading Four of My Poems Will Join the Flock Over at Thirteen Myna Birds in the Not Too Distant Future