Honored to have my poem, “What I Mean When I Say Ageless”, included in The Four Seasons anthology published by Kind of a Hurricane Press. It includes work by local poets Kevin Kreiger and Toren Wallace. You can pick up a free PDF copy at their bookstore or buy a print copy on Amazon. Editors A.J. Huffman and April Salzano continue to produce consistent quality work. Check all the other anthologies on their site.
Like a Girl: Perspectives on Feminine Identity is an anthology of poetry, prose, and art based on what it’s like to be a girl. I had the privilege of collaborating with co-editors, Nancy Lynee Woo and Terry Wright, on this year long labor of love. We spent countless hours sorting through hundreds of submissions, painfully narrowing the selections down to this beautiful collection. This has been by far the most challenging project I’ve worked on, stretching and honing my design and layout skills to the next level. The visuals are only half the story. The impact to the heart continues when you read the poems and stories shared by vastly talented people. Each time I get to meet one of the contributors in the book, I feel like I’ve met a old friend part of a grand feminine community.
On Sunday, October 25th, we’ll be having our second release event in our home city, Long Beach. Many contributors will be reading and sharing their art at Warehouse 1333, located at 1347 Redondo Ave in Long Beach, starting at 1 pm. Find out more on the Facebook event page or LucidMooseLit.com!