Semi-Finalist in Crab Creek Review’s Annual Poetry Contest

The title sort of gave it away, but my poem “Sixteen” was a semi-finalist in Crab Creek Review‘s contest, along with some thirty-odd other poems selected out of over 2,000 submitted. It was additionally chosen for publication, so even though the judge didn’t pick “Sixteen” as a winner, I am still feeling pretty good about it!

Congrats to winner Connie Post! I look forward to reading her poem “Gardening” in the next issue of Crab Creek Review.

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In other news, my copy of Women Arts Quarterly arrived with my poem “Everything is Breaking.” A copy is just $7 including shipping, and there is some wonderful work in there! I feel so lucky to be included.

Further, The Orison Anthology is now available for pre-order, containing my poem “I Want to Write a Memoir,” which Rhino nominated for inclusion. I didn’t know much about the project, but when I saw the list of who was included in the book I may have done a back flip. I’m over the moon about the editors selecting my poem among those by greats. A great thank you to them.

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