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Monthly Archives: October 2019

found poem: comes a dragon


Really pleased that the quirk-some online journal isacoustic, which doesn’t usually publish visual poetry, has accepted and published five of mine. Thank you Barton Smock and isacoustic and kingsoftrain (Barton Smock’s own site), where the same set appears (a two-fer!).

found poem: embellishments

found poem: the morning

found poem: the sky

found poem: language

found poem: dark

found poem: I am writing

found poem: reader

found poem: art survives

found poem: the sun

Cascadia Rising Review

found poem: a custardlike cloud

found poem: living

found poem: lines

found poem: In that

found poem: artisan

found poem: birds


Each year, Sundress Publications publishes a Best of the Net anthology. Nominations are submitted by journals and publishers (including self-published), who select their choices from among all of the material they have published online for the past year. Three judges then review the nominated poems, stories, and essays, and decide which ones will appear in the anthology.

To be nominated is an honor. I am very grateful to Floating Bridge Press for including my poem, Bone, which appeared in Pontoon Poetry in November 2018, among their six nominees.

(This is my second Best of the Net nomination. A series of my found poems were nominated in 2015 by Atlas & Alice.)

found poem: we could hear

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