“Psychoskeletal Rhythms” by Juliette Sebock is profound, eloquent, and unfiltered. With poetic grace, she captures the essence of existence, intertwining personal anecdotes with universal truths.
“Inheritance” Louisiana Literature Inheritance In elementary school, I made Nanny a tree. It’s still hanging on her bedroom wall, construction paper oak with leaves of glossy 4×6 shots of the family. Continue reading in Louisiana Literature
My poem, To Fetch a Pail of Water, appeared in Marías at Sampaguitas on 30 June 2021.
Poetry. A chapbook by Fox Henry Frazier. Published by Hyacinth Girl Press, 2017.
I received a copy of Shannon O’Connor’s Electric Love for review purposes. As always, this review reflects only my honest thoughts on the book. Electric Love by Shannon O’Connor Publication Date: 12 May 2021 Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press Genre: Second-Chance Romance Five years ago, […]
My poem, Triaphilia, appeared in Marías at Sampaguitas on 4 March 2021.
My poem, Roger, appeared in Marías at Sampaguitas on 4 March 2021.
I received a copy of Courtney LeBlanc’s Beautiful & Full of Monsters for review purposes. As always, this review reflects only my honest thoughts on the book.
I received a copy of Ta-Nehisi Coates The Water Dancer through NetGalley for review purposes. As always, this review reflects only my honest thoughts on the book. The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates Publication Date: 24 September 2019 Publisher: One World (Penguin Random House) Kindle; […]
“Supermarket” The Magnolia Review Supermarket Supermarket, Part I When I’m in the supermarket and I see a little girl With hair the same thick blonde as mine, I wonder, in some nonsensical, Yet almost semi-logical way whether she’s lost too… Continue reading in Volume 6, […]