I’m happy to announce the forthcoming publication of my poem “So Full of Gentle Cutting” in the Cooper Street Journal. Extra pepper-y as it’ll be my first published poem. Yay, yay!
My new essay, Like Happy Birthday but Not Really, is now available with the fine people at the Mud Season Review.
Recently, I became part of the Forth Magazine team. Forth curates fine fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual arts. A class bunch. Check them out, if you will. Got work? Do submit!
It’s a new year. Time to move on up.
Hey, y’all. Fourteen Hills issue 21.1 is ready for you. My short story “What Follows the Rain” is within! And so are a lot of other swell authors! Get yours today, by golly.
I was saddened to learn of Kent Haruf’s passing this week. He was a fine writer and his imagined town of Holt, Colorado, was a place I enjoyed visiting through his numerous novels set in those fictional high plains: “… the country flat and whitepatched with snow and the wheat stubble and the cornstalks sticking up blackly out of the frozen ground and the winter wheat showing up in the fall-planted fields as green as jewelry.”