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“Fleeting” at Verbatim Poetry

My poem “Fleeting” is up at Verbatim Poetry. It’s a found poem made from a paragraph in the March 2014 issue of National Geographic. It caught my attention because it echoes several of the images and ideas found in my 2010 poem “A Necklace for the Goddess of the Empty Sea” originally published in Poets for Living Waters (Aug 2010) and recently read by NS at The Poetry Storehouse.

Three Poems at Red Wolf Journal

Three of my poems were featured in Red Wolf Journal’s “The Art of Habitation” issue over the past three days. Please check out “The Backyard at Sunset” (Friday), “Ghazal of Treaty Oak” (Saturday), and “Ghazal for a Nameless Stream” (Sunday). Thanks to editors Neil Reid and Irene Toh for including these.

Three Poems at CSHS

The inaugural issue of CSHS (Clipper Ship Hauling Stories or Can She Hack Sonnets?) is out, and I’m honored to have three of my poems featured alongside the work of several other fine poets in this issue.  Thanks Joseph & Tessa for including my poems “The Rope Swing,” “Here Comes a Twister,” and “Flags of Convenience.”

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