Monday, June 20, 2016
It's all good. I think five poems have come out since I last blogged, two in a print mag no doubt on its way to me, since I did not go up to Printer's Row Lit Fest this year to retrieve it, and three online:
"Harpoon" in Sweet
"Crabapple Blooming" in Poetry Porch
"Cows in the Rain" in Redheaded Stepchild
You can hear me read "Harpoon," thanks to a tiny computer microphone my son gave me for Christmas! It's a very short poem that keeps flailing. I think Emily Dickinson might like my weird use of the word "it" in it. You'll want to see the red hair and peacock feathers on the home page of Redheaded Stepchild, a home for rejected poems.
And my daughter, who is twenty something, wrote a Father's Day list for the Entertainment (etc.) section of forever twenty somethings, a fun place to be forever twenty something. And I love her bio.
*Yes, one of the deadline pieces is about elephants.