Places kind enough to have published my work:
Right Hand Pointing took “The Hostile Witness” for an issue about questions. (2012.)
VoiceCatcher 6 (print only, available at local Portland bookstores and here) kindly took one poem and two photographs (2011) and I am pleased as punch to have both art and words in such a deftly edited collection.
I’ve been exploring my iPad: qarrtsiluni published one of my photo-sketch pieces for their Translation edition (2011).
One of my prose poems found a home at Right Hand Pointing (2010).
Luliole Press published some of my photos and a bit of prose in their Winter 2010 issue.
The LBJ: Avian Life, Literary Arts, Summer 2009 edition, published my literary essay on birds and cats, “Under the Kiwi Vine.” It’s a beautiful journal. I’m honored to be in the line-up.
More small stones are at A Handful of Stones, here (The link shows all my stones Fiona has been kind enough to include).
OCHO #24, the Twitter edition has my “The Knife Thrower” online and in print (2009).
Ouroboros Review Issue 2 , Spring 2009, is both online and in print with two of my poems, “Straddling and Open Window” and “Muffled Boundaries.”
VoiceCatcher 3 (print only, available at local Portland bookstores and here) placed my poem “First Fear and a Death” on page 2 (2008).
Asphalt Sky, Volume 1, Issue 2 published “Ten Items of Less,” and did not quibble about my grammer (2008).
Tonopah la: A Quarterly Journal of Prose and Poetry, April 2008, Volume 2 took “This is Not State Route 95.”
Qarrtsilui, the Hidden Messages issue accepted “Scene From a Tinted Window” (2008).
Qarrtsilui, the Insect issue published “Twilights Twinning” (2008)
M Review 2007 has my “Egg Carton Ikebana,” but it’s hard to find due to Flash format. Grrr. One has to hover over the “bookstore” image to find the “Poetry” section and go from there.
M Review 2006 started my acceptance list with “Oaks Bottom Blue.” Thank you, Paula Ann Peterson. In memory of Jackie Mosier, who was the copy editor and reader for that issue. Your words live, in me and others.
Online friends kind enough to have profiled me or my work or whatnot:
Angie Werren posted one of my tiny poems on her “Feathers” feature for April.
Mark Dennis Stratton asked to see where I work.
Cara Holman re-published ”There is no otherness/there is only otherness,” along with my profile, at Prose Posies as part of her “Poet Showcase” series.
VoiceCatcher: a journal of women’s voices & visions. I’m the design manager and created the website and fussed and fiddled with the templates and custom styles and add-ons and whatnot, and I keep up this site and the VoiceCatcher website and help with all sorts of technical things.
Past poetry projects for the community at large, closed but still residing in the ether:
Read Write Poem, a prompt site and oh so much more. Deb Scott managed the site for about a year and a half and participated in it’s administration over most of its life.