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Poem for Freddie Gray Up at Atticus Review

I just found that this was posted at Atticus Review a week or so ago. It’s another one of my “Dream Poems,” written shortly after the death of Freddie Gray, which followed his arrest by Baltimore police. 23 more words

Writers Guild Meets Sunday August 21st

Bring your work and join us in the Cultural Center (Red Barn) at Pearl S. Buck’s historic home site, Green Hills Farm, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm this Sunday, August 21st. 115 more words


Flashback: One poem in Washington Review

That time my poem “Reclaim the Streets” was published in the Washington Review, Volume 26, Number 1, from June/July 2000.


Behind the Editor's Desk: An Interview with Siel Ju

by Lauren Eggert-Crowe

Siel Ju is the editor of Flash Flash Click, an online lit zine for fast fiction. Subscribers get a weekly flash prose piece delivered every Tuesday. 890 more words

Literary Journals

Flashback: Five poems in Articulate

That time Articulate published a big two page spread with all five of my “circus poems” in Vol. 2, Issue 1, March 1996: “The Last Scarecrow,” “Fall of the House of Usher,” “Under the Big Top,” “Neomi Said ‘Love, Who Are You” (the correct title), and “Operation Clean Sweep.” The journal must have retyped my original manuscript, introducing the errors in the title and body of the fourth poem. 98 more words


Flashback: Two poems in Exquisite Corpse, 1994

That time two of my poems were published in Andrei Codrescu’s Exquisite Corpse literary magazine. Issue 49, from 1994.


"If in the Night a Grizzly Bear" in Fourteen Hills

A beautiful new issue of Fourteen Hills was recently released, and it includes my short story “If in the Night a Grizzly Bear,” which, out of all the stories I’ve written, has the best title. 279 more words