16 September 2016


"Without great solitude no serious work is possible."   Pablo Picasso

This week's blog is all about me. Of course you say, why shouldn't it be?? Things going on in my writing world of late—

The Summer 2016 issue of the Tipton Poetry Journal is now published and available online at:  https://issuu.com/tiptonpoetryjournal/docs/tpj31
I have three poems in that issue - Lunation, Trajectory, and A Pearl of Strings in Distant Waters. Go take a look.

A poem will also be forthcoming in The Crafty Poet II: A Portable Workshop by Diane Lockward due out in the next few weeks. My poem is called Synthesis. All poems in the book are examples of writing to a prompt.

I have a poem (Lithic) in the upcoming anthology Blood, Water, Wind and Stone by Sastrugi Press. It is due out this fall.

Bearlodge Writers of Sundance WY (which I belong to) is hosting a Writer's Workshop. Morgan Callan Rogers, author of two internationally-acclaimed novels and several short stories, will present an all-day workshop for writers on Saturday, September 24, in Sundance, Wyoming. The workshop will be held from 9a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Crook County Courthouse. The author will also be available to the public to sign her books Friday, September 23, at Wild West Espresso in Sundance from 4 to 6:30p.m  There's still time to sign up if you hurry! 
$50 per person. Lunch is included.
For more information or to preregister for the event contact Ayme Ahrens at (307) 399-2000 or aymeahrens@yahoo.com.

The next issue of our poetry magazine, Gyroscope Review, will be out very shortly - October 1st. Want to see what we have done in the past, and the type of poems we are interested in publishing? Read our back issues, available for free at http://www.gyroscopereview.com  Follow us on Twitter
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Kathleen Cassen Mickelson said...

Nice bunch of work you've had accepted! Congrats on all. And good luck on the workshop this weekend. Hope there's a good turnout!

Constance Brewer said...

Thanks Kath!