Showing posts from December, 2019

3 Drabbles, Apocalypse

I'm always happy to work with Black Hare Press. They publish beautiful microfiction anthologies, and I'm always proud to be a part of them. My latest is 3 apocalyptic drabbles, The Farmer, The Wall, and A Sunrise Moment are all part of their Apocalypse Anthology. They are available now on Amazon ! I thought the dark apocalyptic nature was a challenge to write, but I enjoyed doing so anyway. I love stretching my experiences! On a side note, you are not supposed to judge books by their covers, but that doesn't mean you can't admire a good cover. Black Hare Press always has the best covers. They are so awesome.

Five Poems in the "Rejected" Anthology

I'm really excited to share this publication. Not only do I have five poems inside this anthology, and not only is it one with multiple genres (which I think is a treat for people purchasing it, there are so many different things to discover!), but it's a charity anthology. The editor, Erin Crocker , reached out to small charities for animals (where donations can go very far no matter how much you give) and found the Spay and Neuter Coalition in Georgia . So, they will be getting a donation from the proceeds of this book. It's a fantastic cause, and I adore targeting small organizations that do good things! I hope you consider buying this anthology and enjoy my poems, Bars, Bursting, Hide, To the Drifting Snow, Because the Thimble Spun . The ebook is currently available for 1.99. If you'd rather, the paperback will be available soon!