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Two Reviews of Incident Reports

Two reviews of my chapbook have been published recently. One by the wonderful poet Kelly Boyker was published in Menacing Hedge. The other is by Christopher Frost for Neon Magazine. I am afraid I do not know anything more about … Continue reading

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A Quick Note on Long Marathons

I have been traveling and very busy. However today I removed the poetry marathon poems. It was so strange to remove the effort of so much work. Although really all I am doing is making something that was public in … Continue reading

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Fall News Update

I have written three entries to this blog in the last couple of months, none of which I have posted. The editors in my head have been working over time lately. When my husband first met me, he thought I … Continue reading

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Blog Hop: Jennifer Faylor

Jennifer Faylor is a very gifted poet. She wrote the most memorable poem about supermarkets, that I have ever read. Her poetry is thoughtful and mysterious. She has her first chapbook coming out and I am very excited about this. … Continue reading

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Blog Hop: Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick

            I heard Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick read at Sarah Lawrence College before I met her, and her poems, strange and yet sensical, impressed me. We did a few workshops together in Graduate school where she … Continue reading

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Blog Hop: The Next Big Thing

I want to thank the lovely and very talented Jennifer Bullis for ‘tagging’ me into this blog hop, and negotiating me into talking about “The Next Big Thing” I’m working on in my writing. At the time I thought I … Continue reading

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Assorted News

I have not updated my blog since last year, a much larger break then usual. However it has been an eventful year so far. I have had more dental work then I care to recount. More importantly I am teaching … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: The Foresters

All through October I found myself thinking about NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo is a yearly challenge to write a 50,000 word novel in the month of November. I don’t know why they chose November, because in the States it is a particularly … Continue reading

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The Lake Isle Of Innisfree

The Lake Isle of Innisfree is the first poem I remember hearing as a child. There are a lot of poems out there that are sad, that are in mourning, this poem is not one of them. There is peace … Continue reading

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Places to Write: Bellingham (WA)

We moved from Brooklyn, NY, to Bellingham, WA, about six months ago. When we first arrived we worked and wrote largely from home, because our new apartment has an office, and is much nicer than the bug infested one bedroom … Continue reading

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