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|Poetry Publication 2018-2019
ONLINE -- ZINES
Tipton Poetry Journal
Moria Literary Journal
"4951 Walnut Street"
Formidable Woman Sanctuary/Moonshadow Press
"The Peter Pan Shop"
Not Very Quiet
"Thou Art a Magnet"
"West Philly Sidewalks"
Brain Mill Press/Voices
"One Catholic Girl: The Fifties "Chestnut at 49th" - "No Marker Yet" - "Backwards"
"Freedom of Choice"
The Waif Project: Leaving
"Boll Weevil and Me"
"Norman Rockwell and Me"
"Cornered" - "58th and Walnut" - "The Mural"
Poets Reading the News
"2672 South Deacon Street, Detroit"
"The Life of Rally, 1951-53"
1953 in Teen 2019, Vol 3 Issue 1 - DOWNLOAD .pdf
Tiny Seed Literary Journal - May 2019
American Journal of Poetry
"IRT Broadway Local (Old Indian Trail #1)" - "Osage Fire"
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Philadelphia Stories - Winter 2020
"Willa On North Broad Street"
Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Just Me? Women Over Forty Write On Aging (Beautiful Cadaver Project - Social Justice Anthology, Pittsburgh, PA): "Pilgrimage"(anthology available for purchase through Amazon)
Colere 2019, Coe College, 1220 1st Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402: "Being There" "Trading Partners" Coe College Journal information page
Dappled Things, Vol 14, Issue 4, Mary Queen of Angels 2019, POB 10 New Hope, KY 40052-0010
Home: An Anthology(Flexible Press, Minneapolis MN): "The Ballad of the Arthur and Edith Lee House" Home: An Anthology information and order page
Quiet Diamonds (2), Summer 2019 and 2018, Orchard Street Press, POB 280, Gates Mills, OH 44040: "An Only Child" - "Ghost Trolley" Quiet Diamonds information page
Foreign Literary Journal #1, Winter 2019: "Just Looking"
Foreign Literary Journal #1, Winter 2019 Amazon order page
Nassua Review 2019 -- Nassau Commmunity College, Spring 2019
"The Wrong Bird"
Pinyon, Colorado Mesa University Literary Journal, Spring 2019: "Movie Moves" - "I Walk Away" - "A Small Thing, A Spoonful" Pinyon, Spring 2019 information and order page
Bryant Literary Review, Bryant University, Spring 2019: "Fortress"
Invaders The Pedestal Magazine
Midnite Owl Write
This.com (*Reader Advisory: Strong language)
For a few seconds only, time is suspended in the old-fashioned living room of this sturdy residence along a quiet thoroughfare. The ramrod old white man, the humped-back very old white woman, and the short-legged brown and white terrier stand like a tryptich surrounded by their own solitude and the meditation of the Negro student. Then they step out of one another's thoughts and move and speak in real time.
of Conscience Melic Review
Barely finished with the honeymoon, Phillis cooed that it
was never too early to practice child safety, and Raymond winked,
confident they'd have a little ray of sunshine by next year.
Day Tattoo Highway
I know you're not a kid! I know I didn't march down the aisle!
You want me to call talk radio for an answer?
| 2002 Publications
Little Suit counts couples...Little Suit is coordinated with
herself...Little Suit is pleased.
Is Not A Questionnaire Inkburns
He rang the doorbell. The old lady could see him
from the windows.
Was she suspicious?
No. She knew him. A local boy. From a family with
a lot of cancer.
She felt exposed, naked before the eyes of strangers, even
though they were women just like her own mother.
Mid-Century Homily Clever Magazine
"Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Oh, my God!"
The mother's voice, a hammer, is right above Smart's head.
She had the unemployed divorcee blues. The second cup of coffee
was a stall...
| 2001 Publications
In Posse Review
1976. turn from the window, your mind is a swollen fist. a
scream of streets.