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10th Anniversary: Multigenerational Music: Jesse Paris Smith and Patti Smith

This essay was originally published on May 13, 2014. It is being re-shared in support of LPR’s 10th Anniversary celebration.

Jesse Paris Smith and Patti Smith at The Noguchi Museum (Photo: Patrick McMullan Company, 2012)The subject of intergenerational performers has been dear to my heart since I learned that my maternal grandmother’s family had broadcast a live…

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"I enjoyed this piece very much."

As an editor with a fledgling journal and a lot of passion for connecting with other writers, I like to send feedback with my responses to submissions, be they rejections or acceptances. 390 more words

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"Art of the Deal" in Your One Phone Call

Today, poetry blog Your One Phone Call published my poem “The Art of the Deal.” You can read it here. This is the second of three of my poems the journal will publish this month. 52 more words

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My Poem "Rabbi" in the New Issue of Hermeneutic Chaos

The March, 2017 issue of the literary journal Hermeneutic Chaos (whose editor, Shinjini Bhattacharjee, is truly wonderful to work with) went live today, and my poem entitled “Rabbi” is included. 37 more words

The weekly herding: the submission mission

The subject of this week’s herding is literary magazines – in particular, what to submit and how long to wait for a response before abandoning all hope. 879 more words

The Weekly Herding

Poetry in Big Muddy Now Available

The new issue of Big Muddy, featuring my poem, “The Stone Age,” is now available.  Big Muddy is a beautiful, perfect-bound book published by Mississippi State University. 9 more words

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Introducing Glitterface

Hi! It’s been awhile. Perhaps there will be more Gilmore Girls? Who knows?

Until that all gets worked out, I wanted to let you know about my newest project. 142 more words

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