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Stories From the Edge of Blindness

In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.

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Stress Fracture

I am thrilled see my poem,” Stress Fracture“, published today in Literati Magazine. My huge thanks to publisher Renée Sigel!!!

“Things My Mother Left Behind” Available for Pre-Order

I am sitting in my very quiet writing space, typing this in a state of simultaneous disbelief and total joy. I am thrilled beyond the sky to announce that my book, “Things My Mother Left Behind”, is available for pre-order, on Amazon. This is a life long dream come true for me, and I will be forever grateful to River Dixon; an amazing writer, publisher extraordinaire and founder of the incredible Potter’s Grove Press.


To pre-order the ebook version of “Things My Mother Left Behind” you can go here. To visit my Amazon Authors Page, you can go here. To explore the beautiful and diverse catalog from Potter’s Grove Press, you can go here.

I am so grateful for all of the love and support I have received from this incredible community over the years; it has given me a sense of courage I never thought I would feel, and helped a life long dream become reality.

A Little Recorded Poetry

I have a new recorded poem up on YouTube, if you feel like having a listen. This one is the first of 5 originally published in The Writing Disorder. I hope you like it.


A Dream Come True

As a writer, my ultimate dream is to one day have a book published, and this year, that dream is coming true. In July, my first full collection of poetry will be released! What makes it even more special is that it has ties to the incredible community that has embraced me and my work, here on Word Press. I am honored that my book will be part of the gorgeous catalog of work being published by River Dixon of Potter’s Grove Press and The Stories In Between. He has been an inspiration to me since I first read his work, and he is a dream publisher and editor as well. I feel incredibly lucky, and am thrilled to be able to return to WP with such amazing news.

The Opiate Magazine

I am thrilled to have 3 of my poems in the current print issue of The Opiate Magazine.  If you are interested in picking up a copy, you can do so online, or in these bookstores.

Anti – Herion Chic

I have long been a fan of the literary journal Anti-Heroin Chic!  I even quoted it’s editor in a recent guest post on my friend Bryan’s blog, A Crack in the Pavement, so you can imagine how thrilled I am to have two of my poems in their January issue.

If you would like to read my poems, you can do so here.

Dress Rehearsal for Claustrophobia

I am thrilled to start 2019 with a poem in Riggwelter!  My huge thanks go out to editor Amy Kinsman!

If you would like to read Issue #17, including my poem on page 9, you can do so here.

Toasted Cheese

It seems that my poems are seeking the light today.  It definitely softens the rejection I got this morning!  I am super excited to have one of my poems in the June issue of Toasted Cheese!!!!

Memorizing the Words

My contribution to the July Visual Verse Challenge is up.

This month’s image was one that sent me reeling into a place of memory and nostalgia.  If you want, you can check out my poem, “Memorizing the Words”, and the entire first batch of amazing poems for the month.

 

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