A big thank you to Paul and the team at Algebra of Owls for publishing my poem – First Deaths.
My thanks to Sandy, the editor of Night Garden Journal, for publishing my poem This House.
It’s always nice when a poem finds a home. Night Garden Journal is a place of mystery, magic and shadows – well worth a visit if you’re not afraid of the dark.
Here’s the link if you’d like a look: This House at Night Garden Journal
Hi, gang. I apologize for being absent for awhile – a nasty wrist injury has kept me away from my computer and in a bit of a slump as I’m forced to consider the effect it will have on my career.
This link will take you there if you’d like a look – For the Girl in the Grove
I’d also like to thank Paul and his editorial team – Algebra of Owls is a wonderful site and the staff do such a great job reading and responding to submissions. Definitely a site to check out if you haven’t visited before.
Enjoy your weekend 🙂
I’m so happy to see my poem, Stillborn, published alongside some truly excellent writing in the August edition of Red River Review.
Please have a look if you have some time, there is some really great poetry this month. Click on the August 2017 link at the top of the page – Red River Review
Friday afternoon has just rolled in to Melbourne, Australia – I wish you all a wonderful weekend when it makes it to your individual part of the world.
Black Poppy Review is my favourite place to find poetry of a darker nature.
Sandy has amassed a superb collection of writing exploring themes of horror, the supernatural, gothic, dark fairy tales, ghosts and many other disturbing things.
Today I’m excited to have a new poem published in the journal – Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?
Please have a look and let me know your thoughts. It’s a wonderful, creepy journal and well-worth exploring.
I subscribe to a number of online poetry sites in order to receive my daily dose of poetry. One of my favourites is Autumn Sky Daily Poetry. Editor, Christine Klocek-Lim, selects a wonderful and varied array of poetry for her site and has introduced me to many new poets as well as reacquainting me with some great vintage verse.
I was so excited when today’s Autumn Sky email arrived and I saw my poem – Unburied Hatchet – featured on the site. Thank you, Christine.
This link will take you to my poem if you’re interested: Unburied Hatchet at Autumn Sky Daily Poetry.
If you’re looking for fresh and engaging poetry in your inbox each day, I can’t recommend this site highly enough.
My dear friend, Sarah, has joined the wonderful world of WordPress. An incredibly talented poet and author, Sarah’s blog is one you won’t want to miss.
As well as her exciting poetry, Sarah offers a weekly post full of great writing prompts to beat off those dreaded blank page views. She was also kind enough to feature my poem, The Weight.
You can read my poem here: The Weight @ SarahRussellPoetry
And please have a look around the site while you’re there, you won’t be disappointed 🙂
Some wonderful poems have appeared throughout the series and I’m excited to appear alongside so many talented poets.
Please have a look if you get the chance. Thanks for your support 🙂
I’m very excited to have my new poem – At a Dog Fight – published for the first time at Algebra of Owls.
Please have a look and let me know what you think – At a Dog Fight
As always, thank you all for your support 🙂