Acceptance from Liminality Mag for an inventory poem that I’m very excited to have published there, they’re a great speculative poetry magazine that have published some great work and talented folks. This one’s called “inventory: the ghosts in the bedroom”.
Acceptance from Flapperhouse for a poem called “an inventory of instruction manuals” (which I really liked, but had trouble figuring out where to submit to because of its slightly nontraditional nature), and another called “the things left behind” which is a strange mix of the personal and the fictional.
Issue 202.3 of Noble Gas Qtrly was published on Friday, featuring three of my poems, “evolution”, “lab notes: page 1″, and ”roots”, alongside some beautiful artwork by Bo Yeon Kim. Noble Gas Qtrly always has the best contributor line ups every issue, so you should definitely check out the previous issues in their archives, too.
A couple poems of mine were accepted for publication in alien mouth’s September issue, called “hard animals” and “dissonance”.
A guest post I wrote for Alternating Current’s blog, The Spark, was published on August 21. It’s called “Recommended Reading for Poets’ Day”. I’m really proud of this post, I got so many great poet and book recommendations from all these talented writers and readers and it turned out really good, and the blog editor over at the Spark made the post look great!
Gone Lawn nominated “Entomophobia” for the Best of the Net anthology. I’m happy to be in such good company, it’s so weird to think that an editor would like something I wrote enough to nominate it for anything, but
The September issue of alien mouth went live on September 1. You can find it here. There’s a lot of great work in there, so definitely check it out. It also includes a couple of my more unprocessed poems, as in they’re a bit rough, a bit stranger than my other published poems and harder to pinpoint. Generally I don’t submit those sorts of poems for publication, but alien mouth seemed like a great mag that suited them.