for including two of my poems in this fine issue. Thrilled to be in such great company.
and Connecticut River Review editors Pat Mottola and Ginny Connors for publishing my poem, “Huna Tlingit Woman,” in your 2018 journal. This poem was first drafted at the Truth and Beauty Workshop with Marie Howe and Mark Doty in August 2017.
Thank you, James Bertolino, for choosing my poem, “Alcohol Beckons Constantly, Derails,” for this fine anthology. I’m honored to be among such fine writers.
Thanks to the editors of Poetry South for choosing 2 of my poems to include in this issue: “Language Consumes Fire” and “The World Trembles, The World Masquerades.” I’m honored to be among such fine poets. And special thanks to Rose … Continue reading
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