Margaret Fieland: Poetry and Prose


Press Kit

Posted in by Administrator on the June 1st, 2009

Here is the current list of my publications.

Also check out my listing in Poets and Writers:

http://www.pw.org

Lifelines by the Poetic Muselings
Check out our blog for information about us, our anthology, and where to buy
http://poetic-muselings.net/

Relocated, published by MuseItUp Publishing
Publisher’s website: http://museituppublishing.com/ Buy link:  http://tinyurl.com/MuseRelocated
Sand in the Desert, published by CreateSpace
Print http://tinyurl.com/SandPoetryPrint
Kindle http://tinyurl.com/SandPoetry

Anthologies:
A Word Is Worth A Thousand Pictures
An Anthology of Poetry
Edited by Domenik Lopane

is now available here: https://www.createspace.com/3693466
and from Amazon
Ocean Motion
Waiting Room

Yuletide Wish, Poems and Stories for the Extended Holiday Season
Nightwolf Publications
http://www.nightwolfpublications.com/
Pumpkin Tea

The Leaf Gatherers (River Poets Journal/Lilly Press, 2008)
www.riverpoetsjournal.com
Eat Me


From Freckles To Wrinkles

(Silver Boomer Books, 2008)
http://www.fromfrecklestowrinkles.com
Ballet Class
Spring Fever
Creamed Spinach

Pocketful of Fun: A Collection of Poems for Children
(Anchor Books, 2006)
http:www.forwardpress.co.uk
Rhymes

Shattering Silence: Reclaiming the Voice of Social Awareness through Poetry and Art
http://www.lulu.com/content/253044
Booze
Addiction


Imprint: Enlightening, thought-provoking and uplifting poetry

www.inkpotpress.com
Spring Fever

Rhyme and Reason
http://www.durham.net/~neilmac/rhymeandreason.htm
Insomniac’s Lament


Coffee Break Poetry edited by S. Cuppari

www.cafepress.com
Twilight Home
Dog on Snow
Cold
Winter
ABCs
Ballet Class
City Child

Reese Tyler Poetry Award 2007
www.inkpotpress.com
Seasons
If You Were Still Alive

Writers Digest Red Heart/Black Heart
Thoughts While Driving (March, 2009)

Journals
Guardian Angel Kids
History Class (May, 2012)
Boston LiteraryMagazine
Monday Morning, Spring, 2012

http://poetrybreakfast.wordpress.com/
Weather Report, February 24, 2012
Taking a Break, March 3rd, 2012
Rant May 16, 2012
Well, He Said May 22, 2012
Window Dressing May 27, 2012
Silly Season May 31, 2012

Christmas Poetry
What Happens Christmas Night
http://www.christmas-time.com/whathappensfieland.htm1

Old Yellow Notebook

http://oldyellownotebook.wordpress.com/
Tatterdemalion, Issue 2, May 201

 

Turbulence Magazine

A Glass of Wine, August 2010
Snapshot, August 2010

Dark Eye Glances
darkeyeglances.com
Winter Night (June, 2010)
At Midnight (June, 2010)

Cyclamens and Swords
http://www.cyclamensandswords.com/
On Being Stopped by a Moose Crossing the Road (Summer 2010)
Road Work (Summer, 2010)
Birth of the Twos (winter, 2009)
Selecting Winners in the Essay Contest (winter, 2009)
Non-Commutative (winter, 2009)
For Want of a Horse (winter, 2009)
Division by Zero (winter, 2009)
Melusine
http://www.melusine21cent.com/mag/
Swimming Pool (Fall, 2009)

Umbrella Journal
http://www.umbrellajournal.com
Inventing Zero (Fall, 2009)
The Way it Should Have Been (Fall, 2009)

Very Bad Poetry

http://www.verybadpoetry.com
Lee Jeans

Pages and Pens
http://www.musingourchildren.tripod.com/
What Happens When it Rains (Fall, 2009)
Winter Night (Winter, 2010)
Long Gone Fred (Winter, 2010)
Throw This(Spring, 2010)
Taste of Spring(Spring, 2010)
October Morning (Fall, 2010)
Whatever the Weather (Fall, 2010)
Night Wind (Holiday, 2010)

Apollo’s Lyre
http://apollos-lyre.tripod.com
Metropolitan Opera (August, 2009)
Fear of Heights (August, 2009)
The Last Time I Leaned Out a Window (August, 2009)
How My Computer Behaves (August, 2009)
Parting (August, 2009)
Through The Wall (December, 2010)

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
http://www.allrightsreserved.ca
Wings (Fall, 2008)


Front Range Review

http://www.frontrangemt.org/
Ostrich (Spring, 2009)
First Love(Spring, 2009)

Cahoots Magazine
http://www.cahootsmagazine.com/
Written in Sand, Written in Stone ( June, 2008)

Main Channel Voices
www.mainchannelvoices.com
Truth and Beauty (Fall, 2006)

Twisted Tongue
www.twistedtonge.co.uk
Christmas Deliver (December 2006)

Echolocation
7 King’s College Circle
Department of English
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario MSS 3K1 Canada
Creamed Spinach (Winter, 2007)

Long Story Short
Night Journey (January, 2007)
Haiku (July, 2007)
Drink Me (August, 2007)
What Happens Christmas Night (December, 2007)
Song of the Road (July, 2008)
Stranger at my Door (December, 2008)

Gentle Strength Quarterly
Gentle Strength Quarterly, 16161 Ventura Blvd., #406, Encino CA 91346.
September, 2006:
Chicken Soup
Loneliness
Issue 2
Streams
Dreams

Writing Edge Magazine
www.writingedgemagazine.com
Winter (winter 2006)
Cold (winter 2006)
ABCs (winter 2006)

GlassFire Magazine
www.glassfire.com
Cloudy, Chance of Rain (Fall, 2006)

Humdinger
www.humdingerzine.com
Nighttime (January, 2006)
Bitter (June 2006)
Green on Thursdays (June 2006)
Names Changed to Protect the Innocent ( June 2006)
White Lies (June 2006)


Sage of Consciousness

www.sageofcon.com
If You Were Still Alive (Issue 2:2)

Flushed

http://www.sheenasplace.org/flushed/index.html

On Grocery Shopping (Spring/Summer 2006)

Laughter Loaf
http://molyworld.net/laughterloaf/current.htm
Censored (September, 2006)
What to Do for a Cold (November, 2006)
Farblondget (November, 2006)

Bareback Magazine
www.barebackmag.com
Step by Step (July 2006)
Lovers (July 2006)

The Green Muse
www.thegreenmuse.net
Aria (November, 2006)
Dinner (November, 2006)
Lakefront Property for Sale, Cheap (November, 2006)

Farmhouse Magazine
http://www.farmhousemagazine.com
What to Do on Saturday Night (March, 2007 )
I Will Die in Hyannis (Fall, 2008)

The Muse Marquee
http://themusemarquee.tripod.com/
Peace on Earth (March, 2007)
Sunset, Evening, into Night (October, 2007)
A Walk in the Woods (October, 2007)
Mouse Breath (October, 2007)

Feathertale Review
http://www.feathertale.com/Review/index.htm/
Monkey Business
Round
Cocktail party


The Clapboard House

http://clapboardhouse.wordpress.com
Crack Up(October, 2007)
Spring Day, Subject to a Premature Demise (October, 2007)

The Broken City
www.geocities.com/thebrokencitymag
The Lake (October, 2007)


Stories for Children

Cabin Fever (May, 2007)
Weeds (June, 2007)


Fandangle

http://www.fandanglemagazine.com
Surreality (Oct, 2007)

Stories for Children Newsletter

http://www.AuthorsDen.com/adstorage/45757/Newsletter_Issue4.doc
In the Beginning: on writing poetry
In the Beginning: on getting organized

Femmevip
http://www.femmevip.com
Poem: “Green on Thursdays” (September, 2006)
Poem: “Fall” (September, 2006)
Book Review: ” Self Made Man: One Woman’s Journey into Manhood and Back”
by Norah Vincent (September, 2006)
Book Review: “The Traveler” by John TwelveHawks (October, 2006)
Poem: “Get Well Soon” (October, 2006)
Article: Interview with Amy Guth (November, 2006)
Poem: “Thanksgiving” (November, 2006)
Poem: “Home Improvement” (November, 2006)
Poem: Buried Treasure (December, 2006)
Poem: Culture Shock (December, 2006)
Book Review; The Heart of a Cult, by Lena Phoenix (January, 2007)

SmartWomanGuides
http://www.smartwomanguides.com
article: “On Writing Poetry”


Fiction:

Driftwillow Press
http://www.driftwillowpress.com
Old Tom Troll

Mannequin Envy
http://www.mannequinenvy.com
Since You Didn’t Ask, Spring, 2008


Stories For Children

Guitar Village, April, 2007
An Unexpected Present, July, 2008


Semaphore

http://www.freewebs.com/semaphoremagazine/
Man Drowns in Bed, March, 2008

Notthamshire Times
(http://www.nottinghamshiretimes.co.uk)
Bobby’s Creamed Spinach

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