No Voice of Her Own: A Cento Collection (Excerpt)

Because Because the story of our life becomes our life I expected full sentences drawn in thick dark ink; poetry; something evoked from childhood mythology. I’d wanted to retrofit theory to text to make sense of what it means to be alive in various stages of array and disarray. I’d wanted to see the limits […]

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Ramshackle Houses & Southern Parables (Excerpt)

Yesterdays We drive with the windows down Letting sticky August fingers tangle our hair. Ribbons of dust and gravel wave alongside Miles of spent cotton rows. Ramshackle houses, eyeless and idle, Stand guard over engine block boneyards. Rusted fenders and cinder blocks shade old dogs Sniffing out a familiar stench. We drive past bent neighbors, […]

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Rain Rain Rain

Last year I e-published two poetry collections and a short story. My goal was to follow up with ad promotions and social media blitzes in hopes that reviews would roll in but life kind of got in the way. Without promoting the ebooks,  25 copies sold and Kindle Unlimited users got another 125, which pleased […]

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Haiku & Other News

There are azaleas bursting to life in the front yard, and an unwanted pond in the back. In the meantime, while my head has been full of finishing THE NOVEL, Daniel Paul Marshall has shared some of my poems over at The Zen Space. Thank you, Daniel. I adore the photographs featured on the Showcase and […]

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New Publication At Underfoot Poetry

It’s been a while since I’ve had the pleasure of saying this, y’all: My work is being shown in an online lit mag!  Thanks to a friendly nudge from a fellow poet, I submitted work to the “Confession” feature happening over at Underfoot Poetry. Have a read through of the site when you get a chance, […]

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Poetry Relaunch & New Fiction

Thanks to the help of a writerly friend I was able to relaunch my two poetry collections via Draft2Digital which makes the books available on several venues, including Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Apple, Amazon, and Scribd. In all formats the poetry collections view best on tablets/e-readers rather than smaller devices, but I can’t really fuss […]

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