Monthly Archives: April 2015

Camp Nanowrimo success

Long time no post (not even Sunday recs – sorry about that). This month has been ridic busy. So much work, so many other things I’ve been taking care of… I think I haven’t even mentioned that I decided to … Continue reading

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The art of interpretation

At my writing group meeting last Friday, we had a pretty cool poetry exercise: using literal English translations of poetry originally written in other languages, we had to transform the translations into our own poetry, or make the literal translation … Continue reading

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Poem sale to Goblin Fruit

Some lovely news I’ve quite forgotten to share – my poem “Village Woman” is going to appear in the Winter 2015 issue of Goblin Fruit! So happy to get that poem out, and to be included in GF again. I … Continue reading

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Poem up in The Stare’s Nest

My poem “The World in Springtime” is now up in The Stare’s Nest. Yay! Here is the direct link to the poem. It’s still not very spring-like here – it’s rainy and grey today. I wrote this poem in late … Continue reading

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Easter recs

Other people have written wiser words than me on the Hugo debacle, so I’ll leave that for now (suffice it to say I’m disgusted; here’s a pretty good summary of it). Instead, let’s escape into beautiful words! Three poems for … Continue reading

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Three short poems in Snakeskin!

Three of my poems are included in April’s Short Poems issue of Snakeskin: Read “Pomeranian”, “Lauttasaari Bridge”, and “Human Nature” here! “Pomeranian” is part of a silly series of dog poems I’ve been writing occasionally, with an emphasis on cuteness … Continue reading

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