‘The Third Symphony’ to appear in this year’s edition of Spindrift

That’s basically the news. I was notified this afternoon.

Spindrift is the art and literary journal of Shoreline Community College, where I studied graphic design a little over ten years ago. (I also worked on the 2008 issue.) A new issue is published annually, usually around late May or early June.

You can read the original version of the poem here: https://ordinaryaveragethoughts.com/2018/04/28/the-third-symphony-a-poem/.

Sadly, they do not have any of their issues posted online, but you can learn a little more here: https://www.shoreline.edu/spindrift/about.aspx.

(18 April 2019)

Still waiting—meanwhile…

I am still waiting with bated breath (O! the anticipation!) for the poem I submitted to the CDC Poetry Project to be posted.

In the meantime, The Seattle Star has published my Jean Cocteau poem: http://www.seattlestar.net/2018/01/the-poems-of-jean-cocteau-will-keep-you-awake-at-night/

(3 January 2018)

New book available now

My new collection of poetry, …but for the thoughts running through my mind, is now available. I haven’t yet created a page for it on my website (that is on my to-do list for this week), but it can be purchased from CreateSpace and Amazon.

Here is a peek at the front cover:

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Happy New Year!

(2 January 2017)

ART 58 proof ordered

(UPDATE: Not quite four and a half hours later, CreateSpace notifies me that my order has already shipped…)

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I had to make a couple of minor adjustments first, and wait for the files to go through the review process again, but I have finally ordered proof copies of the next book.

Stay tuned…

(11 December 2016)

New book coming in January

I have just uploaded the files for my next collection of poetry, …but for the thoughts running through my mind, to CreateSpace for review and proofing. As I did with Coffee Stains, I am looking to make it available as of January 1st.

Here is a peek at the front cover:

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Stay tuned…

(8 December 2016)