A cold, grey, Lockdown Sunday has been brightened up for me by having my poem “Superman writes down his dreams” published in issue forty-two of The Cabinet of Heed. You can check out my take on the contents of Clark Kent’s subconscious ramblings by following this link.
Big thanks to Simon Webster, Chief Polisher of The Cabinet for taking this one.
My poem “First Overseas Christmas” is appearing today over at Dodging The Rain, as part of the 12 Poems of Christmas series. It’s an honour to find one of my poems in amongst so many high quality pieces, and I’m very grateful to the crew at DTR.
The series kicks off tomorrow and runs until New Year’s Day. My poem – “First Overseas Christmas” – is up on December 29th (and not just before Christmas, as I posted here recently – my error!). Very, very grateful to Neil Slevin and the rest of the team at DTR.
Get out your brollies. It’s a great feeling to have your writing accepted by any publication, but there’s something even better about having a whole slew of pieces appearing in the same place.
So I’m really, really grateful to Neil Slevin and the rest of the editorial team at the wonderful Irish poetry journal Dodging The Rain for taking on four of my poems. (Truth be told, it’s actually five, as I have yet another due to appear there just before Christmas).
You can check these poems out by following this link. And if you’re not already familiar with DTR, it’s well worth a follow.
I’m very grateful to the editorial team at Backchannels – Mary Elizabeth Bardsley, Leslie Caton and Laura Johnson – for slotting my poem “Adieu” into their Fall 2020 edition, amongst lots of great writing.