Mary Gillilan, Director of the Independent Writers’ Studio and Editor of Clover, A Literary Rag, published a wonderful blog post recently.
Her blog post is about the launch of Volume 6 of Clover, A Literary Rag.
It was an honor to participate as a reader in the launch of her current issue. I was delighted to read “I Remember (2000),” “I Dream About the Children I’ll Never Have,” “I Take the Son I’ll Never Have to His First Baseball Game,” and “Termite Palace.”
Read Mary’s blog post here .
By the way, at this writing, Clover is open for submissions. Send your best work!
P.S. Press on with YOUR writing!
I am delighted to report that my poem “I Think Love Is Like This” appears on the online edition of The Bellingham Herald today, February 10th.
I’d like to thank Dean Kahn and The Bellingham Herald for publishing my poem.
Read it here. It’s twelve poems down or so.
How is YOUR writing coming along?
I’m honored to report that I have work published in the inaugural issue of Perfume River Poetry Review. It’s a fine new literary journal!
Read about the inaugural issue here.
My grateful thanks to the Editor of Perfume River Poetry Review, Vuong Quoc Vu, for publishing my work.
My poem “Mom as a Series of Exhibits, Dead and Alive” is on pages 21-22.
Vuong Quoc Vu has a listing in the current issue of Poets & Writers Magazine (Nov/Dec 2013). He’s calling for submissions for his second issue, “Ars Erotica.” See page 156 of the magazine for details.
For more details, follow the above link.
Best wishes always, Andy
“Ruins” is one of my favorite recent poems. “Ruins’ is under consideration at one of my favorite literary journals!
When it is published, I hope to re-post the poem here.
~ Andrew Shattuck McBride
On a postcard titled “Washington.” Scene of rugged, snowy mountains (North Cascades?).
Mailed to Dairine P. of Goleta, CA, fourth on my 2013 Postcard Poetry Project list.