A ghost poem called “aurora” was accepted by Gravel Magazine and will appear in their December issue.
A couple more strange poems, “letter #1″ and my sleep paralysis/dream journal poem “an inventory of temporary deaths” are forthcoming in the next issue of The Mondegreen. I actually like these poems, which is a rare enough occurrence as it is, so I’m extra excited to see them published in a mag that I admire.
I was asked to send something over to Outlook Springs, since the editor enjoyed “an inventory of instruction manuals” in Flapperhouse. I was expecting an awkward rejection, but instead my experimental checklist, “An Inventory at the End of the World”, will be published in March 2016. It’s a bit of a wait, but more so because I’m excited to share it. They also sent one of the nicest acceptance letters I’ve ever received, so I highly recommend sending something over to them. They look like a wonderfully surreal and strange literary magazine.
And in totally unexpected, but awesomely flattering news, my poem “roots” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by the wonderful Noble/Gas Quarterly. The fact that I’m in such great company here is way cooler than the fact that I even got a nomination, so go read the work of the other, super talented nominees.