I’m happy to have a new poem, A Small Town, appearing in the online journal Typishly. If you enjoy the poem, share it on social media, and check out the rest of the site for some great poetry, short fiction, and beautiful accompanying artwork!
I’m thrilled that four of my poems, Swept Away, At Work, The Details Are Available, and The Mechanics of Aerodynamics are appearing in the Spring 2018 print issue of Evening Street Review, Review Number 18. Check out their website to order a copy!
Two of my poems, Lost and Found and View from the Storm Surge are appearing in the Fall print issue of GFT Presents: One in Four, Volume 2 Issue 2. Order a print copy now for late fall delivery!
I’m honored to have my work, Liner Notes included among that of the other great poets featured in the July Ground Fresh Thursday poems. GFT is always a great hit of monthly poems, fiction and flash fiction.
So much of my work reflects and is inspired by good old rock & roll, so it’s nice to see Liner Notes gets some exposure.
I was thrilled to see my manuscript, Overseeing the Downfall, as a finalist for the 2016 New American Poetry Prize at New American Press.
Overseeing the Downfall is a collection of Midwestern poems about work and family in the digital age, and the anticlimax of middle age. And music. It comes complete with a suggested drink pairings and playlists for the poems.
It’s an honor to have these poems so close to collected publication, but the flip side of that is the book is still looking for a home. Contact me if you’re a publisher looking for solid work that reflects the poems on this site.