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solstice anthology

Enormously pleased to have two poems in the hot-off-the-press anthology, Solstice: Light & Dark of the Salish Sea (Chuckanut Sandstone Press). Edited by Carla Shafer, the collection features the work of 29 poets in two sections, Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice. I have a poem in each section and will be reading the summer poem as part of the online book launch on Sunday, April 11, 2021, at 7:00pm Pacific. The reading is free on Zoom, but advance registration is required. Would love you to join us (and I’ll be reading second, so don’t be late!).

Solstice is available for purchase through Village Books.

found poem: winter

found poem: hibernating

found poem: when it’s all over

found poem: the arbitrary

found poem: moss

found poem: the day

two more…


Thanks to the print journal Tiny Spoon for including two of my found poems in Issue 5, on ecology.


And thanks, too, to Medusa’s Kitchen, where five of my winter-themed found poems are posted.

found poem: The shadows

found poem: the perforating rain

found poem: FEEL

found poem: fantasia

found poem: The sky

found poem: like barbarians

found poem: snow silly

found poem: narrative

found poem: sly moon

found poem: the blue

found poem: the architecture

found poem: who writes

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