Thank you to Megan Bush for giving my poem a home at Red Planet Magazine, especially with this meaningful cover. “The Costumer” is another Dent Schoolhouse poem, this one based on the brilliant costume designer/ special effects master, Alex Burns.
Very excited to see my poems, “The Warm-Up Girls” and “Urban Legend” in the beautiful pages of Canthius. Thank you to the editors for giving my horror a home.
I had so much fun co-judging the Piney Dark Horror Contest this year! Always happy to return to the haunted back roads of East Texas, especially in October. Well done, writers, and thank you especially Dr. Steve Marsden for reaching out to me. Can’t wait to congratulate the winners!
(Photo taken by me on a full moon in Nacogdoches)
I love what Capsule Books does and even more now that they have a literary journal, Capsule Stories! You can read more about their story here. I just received my copy of their Fall 2019 edition, Autumn Gloom, which features two of my horror poems, “She Waits Outside Your House” and “Lost in a Hell Dimension.” It’s a beautiful issue and just in time for the spooky season. I’m so ready to snuggle up with some apple cider and read.
I am so thrilled to see my poem, “Woodshop Scene” in the pages of South Dakota Review. It’s based on two lovely people I worked with at the Dent Schoolhouse in Cincinnati, Ohio. Thank you to Avery M. Guess to recommending the publication and Lee Ann Roripaugh for giving this bloody poem a good home.
My poem “Butterly Girl” (originally published by Glint) appears in this wonderful anthology of domestic fabulist poetry edited by Stacey Balkun and Catherine Moore: Fiolet & Wing. Thrilled to be featured alongside such great writers as Erin Elizabeth Smith, Emily Rose Cole, and many more. You can pick up a copy here.