On Instagram, I periodically feature my favourite writers and pieces in “Features Friday,” as well as in occasional other posts, including:
In addition to featuring Mistakes Were Made on their site, Awesome Gang has been kind enough to share an interview with yours truly!
I’m incredibly excited to share that Mistakes Were Made has received a 5-star review from Realistic Poetry International as one of their Honest Book Reviews.
This post originally appeared on For the Sake of Good Taste. I received an ARC of Mimi Matthews’ The Matrimonial Advertisement through HFVBT for review purposes. This review reflects only my honest opinions.
This post originally appeared on For the Sake of Good Taste. I’m super excited to join this book blast with HFVBT! Read on to learn more about AnneMarie Brear’s The Promise of Tomorrow.
Throughout the week of Mistakes Were Made’s one-year anniversary, I’m taking to Instagram with exclusive graphics featuring excerpts from some of your favourite poems from the book.
In Fall 2017, I wrote a piece entitled “Neurasthenia, Robert Graves, and Poetic Therapy in the Great War” as part of Dr. Ian A. Isherwood’s course, The Great War, which was featured in the Gettysburg College institutional repository, The Cupola.
Centre Stage is a poetry collection considering the impact of music through moment and memory.
Put Me In, Coach* is a biography of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania native George S. Lord, my grandfather. Throughout his life, George has been a prolific photographer and local historian and has impacted hundreds of lives in coaching and otherwise staffing a variety of sports.
Mistakes Were Made is the debut poetry collection of Juliette Sebock. Written over years of watching the world around her, the poems compiled here examine love, loss, mistakes made, and lessons learned.