December 13, 2011
Curio is live! Curio Poetry All great things have their origin in that which is small. Lao Tse I am thrilled to be in the company of Vivienne Blake, James Brush, Ron. Lavalette, Annette Mickelson, & Barbara Yates Young … Continue reading
November 5, 2011
I submitted a poem and a nonfiction piece. No dusting or rearranging, just a boot out the door.
May 31, 2011
An abbreviated update: Forgiveness has come up at A Fine Kettle of Fish. It’s simmering in deep places & I hope it becomes productive, the way a cough can be productive. I’ve been blue and lonely. I have finished three … Continue reading
August 31, 2010
Or is that out of the habit? Quiet here lately. Work deadlines with more to do than the time necessary to accomplish them. 18 months with little billable hours. Now a salary and 60-hour weeks. Hrrumph. I like being busy, … Continue reading
July 7, 2010
In case my three followers didn’t know, I am getting to read my poetry along side an amazing group of poets. I am completely excited, and a little nervous, too. I’ve made my selections and am practicing so as to … Continue reading
June 3, 2010
I’m delighted that my poem “Sometimes I Miss the Old Jealous Goddesses” is now published at qarrtsiluni. It’s my fifth inclusion, and I am a little surprised by that. Thank you to Beth, Dave and the guest editors who create … Continue reading
May 4, 2010
The interview on KBOO’s Bread and Roses show didn’t end up allowing me to read any poems, but it was a great time anyway. I got to meet Nicole Vulcan, who is quite a gal — she has all kinds … Continue reading
April 28, 2010
This Friday, the last day of National Poetry Month, I’m being interviewed by Nicole Vulcan for KBOO’s Bread and Roses show. It’s live around 6:15pm (ish). We’ll be talking about combinations of Portland, women, poetry & Big Tent Poetry! I … Continue reading
March 4, 2010
Rejected, six poems, with a note that one made it to the final round. And I didn’t have to wait months and months to hear.
March 2, 2010
Something of mine is at tinywords (and the trees who inspired it last year are at it again).