meter & meaning – snow day poetry podcast – enjoy!

We had a couple inches of snow here in New Albany, and public schools as well as IU Southeast were closed. Sarah and I both worked from home, if she could really work while her very active son needed attention. So, while she and Theo made a snow chicken, I got to finish a video poetryContinue reading “meter & meaning – snow day poetry podcast – enjoy!”

2 poems accepted!

Happy to announce two poems have been accepted for publication. “Cling,” (I really wanted to see this one picked up for a while) and “i had it all wrong.” “Cling” will be appearing on an online site I think is really wonderful, Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine, and “i had it all wrong,” a newer poemContinue reading “2 poems accepted!”

“Mantua, 1606” – 2nd Place, Raynes Poetry Competition

“Mantua, 1606” Second Place, Raynes Poetry Competition judged by Joan Larken. Published in Jewish Currents, Spring 2015. “Mantua, 1606” 2nd Prize, 2014 Raynes Poetry Competition, Joan Larkin, Judge Jewish Currents, April 2014 His Grace, Duke Gonzaga, exempted Salomoni Rossi Hebreo, respected court musician and composer, from wearing the mandatory Jews’ Yellow Badge of Shame Rossi always keptContinue reading ““Mantua, 1606” – 2nd Place, Raynes Poetry Competition”