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New Poem in Florida English, a Lovely Journal

My poem “Heading Back North” has been published in Florida English, a Journal of Creative Arts, which also features fiction, essays and artwork. It is well worth checking out. Don’t miss Ann Leshy Wood’s unforgettable photography, of which the above is a sample.


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Two Poems in Sukoon Magazine

The newest issue of Sukoon Magazine, an Arab-themed online journal, is out with two of my poems!! One of them, “Out of Egypt,” is a Sestina. The magazine has poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art, and has an impressive lineup of contributors, including Philip Metres and Susan Rich: well worth checking out.

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My Review of The Lillian Trilogy published!!

Autostraddle has published my review of Mary Meriam’s comprehensive poetry collection The Lillian Trilogy here! It’s a fantastic book for anyone to read, a delight. Feminist, Lesbian, Sensual, full of subtle and penetrating rhyme and rhythm, seething in its exposure of injustice and moving in its declarations of pain and sorrow. Check it out!

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New Poem in Right Hand Pointing: #13!

Right Hand Pointing’s latest issue, “Imaginary Numbers,” contains 16 poems, the titles of which are the numbers 1-16. Each poem should somehow relate to its number. And luckily, my poem for number 13 is up!!!

So please check it out. And check out the whole issue. As usual with RHP, the poems are short, and never boring. So what are you waiting for???

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Four Poems Published in String Poet!

Ecstasy! The lovely online poetry zine, String Poet, has published four of my poems, “Distanced,” “Over Puget Sound,” “Touching Down in Paris,” and “Tempering,” a villanelle. It is a thrill to be among such fine poets as this new issue.

Please stop by and check out this excellent venue!



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