2016 · Publications

Spectrum 7: What’s Your Heaven?

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A little delayed on announcing this time, but I am again honored to be sharing pages in another Spectrum anthology, What’s Your Heaven? My poem written a couple years ago, “Comfort of Cars at Night”, found its home here. Poets I am thrilled to be included with are Lynn Bronstein, Don Kingfisher Campbell, Beverly Collins, Mark Fisher, Wyatt Underwood, and more! Get your own copy at Spectrum Publishing.

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2016 · Publications

Spectrum 3: LoveLoveLove

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I am honored once again to be selected by the editor of the Spectrum series, Don Kingfisher Campbell, for Spectrum 3: LoveLoveLove, an anthology about love poems. My poem, “Diamond” is featured along with many other talented poets and friends, including Michael Cantin, Teresa Mei Chuc, Beverly Collins, Boris Ingles, Karineh Mahdessian, Ellyn Maybe, and my girl, Raquel Reyes-Lopez. You can obtain your own copy along with the others in the series by going to the website spectrumpublishing.blogspot.com.

 

2015 · Publications

Spectrum 2: The Gift

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I am honored to have my poem, “Bows”, included in the next anthology by Don Kingfisher Campbell, Spectrum 2: The Gift, centered around the theme of gifts. The release will be December 19th, at the Santa Catalina Branch Library on 999 E. Washington Blvd. in Pasadena, at 3 pm. There 61 poets in this edition, including some of my favorites: Teresa Mei Chuc, Beverly Collins, Boris Ingles, and Jeri Thompson!

Events · Feature Readings · Publications

Spectrum Anthology

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I am thrilled to be included in this anthology of Southern California Poets put out by Don Kingfisher Campbell. All the poems had to be under 300 characters, not words, characters, including the title! Fortunately it was a perfect home for my short poem, “How Quiet Kills”. There will be a reading of the anthology poems on September 28th, from 7 to 9 pm, the Donald Wright Auditorium inside the Pasadena Central Library on 285 E. Walnut St. You can find out more about the event and the other 136 poets at the website: spectrumpublishing.blogspot.com.  You can also RSVP on Facebook.