This past weekend, my FIRST solicited poem was published in Sanctuary Magazine's poetry corner. The poem, "After My Diagnosis: The Journey," was first published with Art of Autism before being republished at Sanctuary. This poem is part of their special issue titled Celebrating Autism Awareness and Acceptance. To find out more, click here. Sanctuary Magazine … Continue reading Poem Up at Sanctuary Magazine
Two poems I've written under the name E. M. Foster are up at Fevers of the Mind blog! You can find the link for them here. Thanks again to David O'Nan of Fevers of the Mind for posting these today. Fevers of the Mind publishes a variety of poetry and art, and they also have … Continue reading Two Poems Up at Fevers of the Mind!
Like small presses, micropresses have a special place in the literary world. Micropresses might be operating on a smaller scale (usually with one or two writers), but that doesn't mean they don't hold value. They actually have roots in the small press, but the medium allows for new and experimental directions that publishers can take … Continue reading You Should Know about This: Micro Presses (Part 1)
I've been interested in Anglo Saxon culture and society for a couple years now, ever since I decided to do my senior thesis on Beowulf. There's just something about reading literature from a different period in history and learning about how the people group formed and created their society, and the major events and battles … Continue reading What to Read if You’re Interested in Anglo-Saxon Literature
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com I just had a poem put up today by Your Daily Poem! I'd like to thank Jayne Jaudon Ferrer, the journal's editor, for accepting my poem "Florida Eventide" and putting it up today. You can find my poem here: http://www.yourdailypoem.com/listpoem.jsp?poem_id=3965 I also wanted to include Your Daily Poem's guidelines for … Continue reading Your Daily Poem Poetry Up Today for January 14th
Something Big Just Happened! Photo by Joyston Judah on Pexels.com I originally started working on another post this week, but I had unexpected news in my inbox this morning. I recently published a poetry micro-chapbook with Origami Poems Project titled "Isosceles Triangles," which I planned on offering as a little freebie on here in the … Continue reading Exciting News!!
Lightning Fast Responses Photo by Frank Cone on Pexels.com Submitting to literary journals is both a short process and a long one. If you do it enough, it feels as if it takes you .2 seconds to log into your Submittable account, email, etc. and send out another piece you've written to another journal. Then … Continue reading Submit to These Literary Journals if You Enjoy This Niche (Part 2)