Month: November 2013
The Release of Critically Acclaimed True Crime Novel ‘Bound to Die’ by Author Anna Flowers
If you're a fan of true crime, you won't want to miss the release of Anna Flowers's second edition of 'Bound to Die: The Shocking True Story of Bobby Joe Long, One of America's Most Savage Serial Killers"... with my cover! 'Bound to Die' is the true crime story of Florida serial killer Bobby Joe [...]
“Crossing the Meadow” Published in phren-Z Magazine, Winter 2012
May dawn coming—a thin rain falls. I tread a pathin low marsh grass, unsteady in a gust,wondering if you have forgottenour nakedness, frantic like children in the cold,the sun rising beyond the dark woods,the dreams that twist nearer,the splitting apart of our souls.I listen to [...]
Native Animal Rescue
Up close and personal with a beautiful bird: Cooper's Hawk. I ventured out to find him stuck in the fence, with a broken wing, maybe more. Will take to the Native Animal Rescue in hopes that they may save him.
“Letters” Published in Issue 455 of The Sun Magazine
Published November 2013, Issue 455, The Sun Magazine
‘At Henry Cowell State Park, Early Winter’ Appears in phren-Z Magazine, Winter 2012
In fall,the Big Leaf maples warm in color,and in time will let gotheir dying leaves.By December, the ungiving stalksof the American Sweetgum are bare and still, even in wind.We walk beside the woodyardlate one afternoon,and my mother says, “The leaves are turning on the alders,” and nods.Her skin, the best clock, a sundial in the angled light;I do not know her [...]
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‘Stables’ Published in Ampersand Magazine
‘Two Figures on a Train’ Published in Issue Two (Spring 2012) of Northwind Magazine
TWO FIGURES ON A TRAIN This morning the cattails sway in the heaviness of red-winged blackbirds and their sputtering chatter. Among marsh reeds, the subtle croak of toads echoes through glassless windows. And because neither had imagined the stillness of the deserted railway cars bordering the old millpond, their hands slid beneath soft cotton— two [...]