Sun Puddles consider the draw of the natural world—through sun, sea, and sky—and the sense of both losing and finding the instinctual familiarity that comes with it. Through elements, places, and people, it questions whether a certain environment can truly define one’s identity and the place they call home.
“River Waltz” appeared in Selcouth Station.
“Storm Songs” appeared in Marías at Sampaguitas.
“One More Dawn” appeared in Pixel Heart Literary Magazine.
“Revitalised” appeared in Cephalopress’ The Ink Sac.
“Blue Sky Eyes” appeared in Neon Mariposa.
“Seaside” appeared in Black Bough Poetry.
“If love is born of thunderclouds, can it survive a drought?” appeared in Mojave Heart Review.
Sun Puddles is currently searching for the perfect publisher. Further details are to be determined.