My poem “Because every moment’s an occasion for attention” won the 2022 Slippery Elm Poetry Contest, and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. I will be the judge for the 2023 Slippery Elm Poetry Contest, deadline February 1, 2023: Contest Guidelines – Slippery Elm (findlay.edu).
My poem "Emily Carr’s Zunoqua of the Cat Village, 1931" was nominated for Best of the Net by OyeDrum.
My poem “Playing for the Lost,” inspired by Kees Van Dengen’s 1920 painting The Violinist, was published in Volume 7.2, Winter 2022 issue of Sheila-Na-Gig online.
My poem inspired by Frida Kahlo’s 1949 painting titled “The Love Embrace of the Universe” was published in the journal Persimmon Tree.
My poem inspired by Remedios Varo’s 1948 painting “The Flautist” was published in The Ekphrastic Review.
Heron Tree published “Dear Mother, last night I dreamt,” my found poem created from “The Pomegranate Seeds” in Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1853).
My poem, “,” appeared in the ONE GOOD MEMORY Series of Silver Birch Press. It was o
My poem inspired by Canadian artist Emily Carr’s 1930 painting “Guyasdom’s D’Sonoqua” was published in The Ekphrastic Review December 5, 2022.
My found poem “Totem,” created from Canadian artist Emily Carr’s painting titles, was published in Issue 22 of Panoply.
My poem “Shadow Travel” was included in The Ekphrastic Review challenge to write about Salvador Dali’s 1931 painting “The Persistence of Memory,” 1931.