Hidden in Childhood: A Poetry Anthology
I am honored to have poetry included in Hidden in Childhood, a groundbreaking anthology about the joys and pain of our early lives. A special thank you to its insightful and talented editor, Gabriela Marie Milton, for her encouragement and graciousness.
Presence: Britain’s leading independent haiku journal
Many thanks to editor Ian Storr for including my haiku in issue #74. It is an honour, and I am thrilled for my work’s first appearance in Presence. The issue includes inspiring haiku, haibun, rengay, and haiku book reviews. Order a subscription to Presence here https://haikupresence.org/subscribe/ waxing moon—the girl says goodbyeto childhood
I’ve caught up on the Mixtaped Murders Podcast written and narrated by the talented Jamie Kovalsky and Kira Clarke. The amateur sleuth, journalist Lyn Hoff, continues to make connections and is getting close to figuring out who the serial killer is. If you haven’t tuned in, give it a listen! Each week the writers feature […]
seashores: an international journal to share the spirit of haiku
seashores is out and full of excellent essays and articles about haiku, the sources of haiku, selected haiku and senryu, and three sections of “a bit of food for thought.” Thank you to the editors for including one of my poems. Request your copy by emailing: email@example.com afternoon tea yellowed gloves and chrysanthemums
Poetry Pea Podcast
Watch and listen to another excellent Poetry Pea podcast, featuring the haiku/senryu of wonderful poets from around the world (many friends from Twitter’s #writingcommunity). Each poem is based on the concept of memory. I’m happy to have contributed a senryu to this episode. If you like haiku/senryu, subscribe to the Poetry Pea podcast!