Thank you Three Line Poetry for including my poem in your publication. As always, it is full of talented poets from around the wold. The Prolific Press team works hard to put together this journal and I appreciate all you guys do. Check out my latest poem for free in Issue 43
If you are looking for a wonderful set of poems to add to your library, this volume can be purchased from the Prolific Press bookstore here: Issue 43
Also while you are here, let me know what you think of the new website design and layout! There are some new and exciting things coming soon!!!
Thank you Tanka Journal for including my poem in your collection. It is always fun to try writing in a different style of poetry as it challenges you to think differently about what you are writing. The tanka style originates in Japan and it was often used as a short form way to send a message that expresses romance, desire or gratitude. If you want to learn more about this style click here. Check out my latest poem for free in Issue 5
Thank you Haiku Journal for including my poem in the 50th issue! It has been a wonderful journey so far and I can’t wait to see where the journal goes from here. Keep up the amazing work. Check out my poem in the latest issue: Issue 50
If you feel like supporting this journal, you can purchase the latest issue here: Issue 50
Thank you Haiku Journal for including my poem in the newest issue of your journal. Check out the newest collection of haiku here: Issue 49.
If you are looking to support this publication, then copies can be purchased here: Issue 49
Check out the latest issue of Three Line Poetry. Thank you for putting together another diverse and wonderful collection of poems. Check out my latest poem for free in Issue 41
Here is an article that discuss the upcoming book launch and the poet who put together this fantastic collection: http://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/oilsands-poet-launches-fort-mcmurray-fire-book-to-aid-library
I am honoured to announce that one of my poems has been included in the Fire and Sky Anthology. This collection of poems was put together by David C. Brydges to raise money for the Wood Buffalo Regional Library in Fort McMurray. The book contains a wide variety of poems that examine themes of loss and recovery, renewal and hope, adversity and triumph, and most importantly poems about the Fort McMurray fire and its aftermath.
Please join me and my fellow poets for the Calgary book launch of this title. The launch will be at the Contemporary Calgary Art Gallery on December 10th from 8-10pm. You will have the opportunity to hear readings from the book, including my poem A Spark of Hope, as well as hear a performance from violinist Moyo Williams.
I would like to once again thank Haiku Journal for including one of my poems in the newest issue of their journal. Check out their newest collection of haiku here: Issue 48.
If you are looking to support this publication, then copies of this issue can be purchased here: Issue 48
ArtAscent has decided to include one of my poems in their latest collection. This issue takes us back to nature as it explores the idea of being wild. Check out Nature’s Playground on page 98 for free: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1173017