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Q & A on the poetry workshop

In response to my post about the writing workshop opportunity I am contemplating, my friend, artist and poet Lorrie Lane, sent a series of clarifying questions to me via Facebook. 1,333 more words


Episode 10 Contributors Part 3: Diane Payne

Third and final contributor for this Wednesday’s episode is the talented Diane Payne. Her story, “Flight of Desire,” was originally published in the journal “Literary Orphans,” 70 more words

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Don'ts for Journals, Editors, and Agents

No doubt due to the creeping horrors of the slush pile—agrammatical erotica, all-caps conspiracy theories, and suchlike—every journal, editor, and agent in the literary land has published a list of don’ts for writers who want to submit their work. 927 more words


Glimmer Train: Family Matters

Glimmer Train journal accepts submission for their Family Matters-themed issues twice per year, in March and September.

The next deadline is September 30th, 2015:

“We are looking for stories about families of all configurations. 

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MFA Crash Course in Six Parts

I’m no expert, but I have survived an MFA program. Think of the following points as signposts that helped me negotiate the MFA process. My hope is that new or current students can start speculating on a few of these points and learn from my mistakes, or the mistakes I’ve seen others make. 1,392 more words


Just out from Drunken Boat!

Lovely people, the new issue of Drunken Boat is out! You can read my poem, “The Gospel According to Haldol,” alongside some wonderful work by Cody Ernst, Kai Carlson-Wee, Nomi Stone, and Talin Tahajian. 21 more words


Good News from The Carolina Quarterly

Three of my poems have found have found a home at The Carolina Quarterly!  I’m grateful to the editors for believing in my work!