I’m thrilled to start off December with my flash fiction piece “Different Time, Different Place” published in the new issue of Screen Door Review! Many thanks to Editors Alesha Dawson, Rachel Nix, and Emily Blair for giving my story a wonderful home.
I’m delighted that my photography is included in the latest issue of Barren Magazine! Many thanks to Editor Jason Ramsey.
I’m thrilled to see my poems “Jewelweed,” “Virginia Strawberry,” and “Safe Haven” included in Issue 3 of Screen Door Review! Thank you to Editors Alesha Dawson, Rachel Nix, and Emily Blair for giving these poems an amazing home.
Endless thanks to Poet and Editor Sarah Kersey for this wonderful review of my chapbook Lore! I am deeply grateful for her insight and her ability to make me see my poems in a new light.
M. Stone is my favorite modern poet. This collection is a gem. In my mind, her regional writing in Lore is just as significant as Faulkner’s, Joyce’s, Derek Walcott’s, Gwendolyn Brooks’, I could go on and on…
What is so beautiful and impactful about regional writing is that it unites people. The work often illuminates fundamental truths that transcend location. Lore is no exception, especially given its title. “Lore” is an oral tradition. This can be illustrated by the fact that many different cultures, across different time periods, have a story about one man and his family surviving a global deluge (among other examples). The harrowing, gut-wrenching, grabbing accounts in Stone’s collection are ones that we all know because we have personally lived them, know people who have, through reading, through word of mouth, or even through empathy. She skillfully writes in a multitude of voices. If the reader tried…
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