Tag Archives: Poetry

Review of Possibilities Anthology

Tweet I regularly search for blog posts, articles, and the like containing my name. Usually I limit my search to the previous week, but today, intent on updating my author listing in Poets and Writers, I searched on articles posted … Continue reading

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Progress report

Tweet I managed to meet and exceed my walking goal, walking six days out of seven. Nothing prevented me from getting down to the gym at work on Thursday, the day I missed. I simply didn’t get my butt out … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Anthology, Possibilities, Goes Live!

Tweet     Last February I participated in a seven week online event honoring the state of Black science fiction 2012. In my original post, which you can find here I complained about the disparity between the number of Black … Continue reading

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And it’s a poetry book

Tweet “Sand in the Desert,” the collection of poems I wrote to go with “Relocated,” is now available in both print and kindle format. Here’s the link on Amazon. It’s available on Barnes and Noble, too. http://tinyurl.com/SandPoetryPrint http://tinyurl.com/SandPoetry I’ve gotten … Continue reading

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“Relocated” has a cover!

Tweet     Check out the cool cover for my novel, “Relocated,” coming soon from MuseItUp publishing. Back Cover: On planet Aleyne, a teenage boy foils a terrorist plot, only to discover an unexpected cost. When fourteen-year-old Keth’s Dad is … Continue reading

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Silly rhymes, or how I spent my journal time

Tweet I am apparently on a silly rhyme kick. As you may recall, I started going “Morning Pages,” though mostly in the afternoon, about two months ago. A couple of times recently I have found my head filled with rhyme. … Continue reading

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Black Sci Fi, week 7: The Grand finale

Tweet So, it’s been a great six weeks. Thanks to Alicia McCalla for organizing this amazing event. I hope y’all have added to your reading list. If anyone still needs suggestions, check out last week’s posts — or any of … Continue reading

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A Few Holiday Verses

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Tweet Image: Simon Howden / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Happy holidays, everyone. Here are some holiday poems. The first two were written in response to a post on the poetic muselings blog Writer’s Cramp One cold winter day, I selected a pen to … Continue reading

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An old poem: Epitaph

Tweet Epitaph by Margaret Fieland First, second, and third revisions, bits and pieces rewritten in another voice, scribbled on scraps of paper or stored in a folder marked : Ghosts haunting the poetry graveyard. When I die will you be … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Alexis Bonari: Japanese Poetry

Tweet Japanese Poetry as Translated by Hiroaki Sato I should have been born fascinated with my heritage. Not everyone can say they’re descended from a line of powerful samurai, or that their resilient family survived the world’s first militarily employed … Continue reading

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