Happy Monday! And Welcome Back to my Poem of the Day Series. To start us off, here is a lovely one by Mary Oliver, “How I Go to the Woods.” Enjoy!
Happy Sunday! I’m grateful to announce the re-launch of my Poem of the Day Series, in addition to my new arrivals, Favorite Fiction Friday and Saturday Spotlight. Read on to see how to submit!
Today I heard of the passing of Linda Gregg, a poet I unfortunately did not know. To honor her, as I honor any poet who has died, I read her work for the first time. It’s heart-wrenching. This is my take on my first experience with Linda Gregg, and a poem of hers I hope will never let me go.
Here’s a confession-esque piece on my first attempt at #PitMad today, what I believe I learned, and what I plan to improve for next time. Enjoy! #Pitch #Novel #WIP #WriterstoAgents #PitMad #Twitter
Happy Tuesday! What are you working on this week? Here’s a glimpse into my plans for the rest of the week and how I’m going to make them happen—and how you can ensure you fulfill your goals, too!
My interview with Shaindel Beers, hosted by The Rumpus, is here! It features thoughts on Shaindel’s writing process, SECURE YOUR OWN MASK, nature and violence, and our mutual experiences of the Midwest and motherhood. Enjoy!
Yay! I’m having a mini-celebration over here, because information about my services is now LIVE, and I’m accepting new clients! Feel free to browse and get in touch if you’re interested! And thank you for your support!
Here is my complete book review of Shaindel Beers’ SECURE YOUR OWN MASK, from White Pine Press (2018). Enjoy!
In honor of the excellent poet, Marni Ludwig, here are five poems: Four of hers and one of mine. All my love today to Marni, her family, and her friends.
After a long creative hiatus, here is a new poem! Enjoy!
Happy New Year, friends! Here is my word for 2019, why I chose it, and what I hope to do with it. What’s your word for 2019?
Select, favorite poems from Shaindel Beers’ incredible collection, SECURE YOUR OWN MASK, from White Pine Press (2018) and winner of the White Pine Press Poetry Prize.