What do we want
to be free of?
Is it just to be free?
Not to take the things
granted to us
To bury the dead.
To bear what we carry.
My poem “One Heart” and flash fiction pieces “Chronology” and “Star” are published in the new issue of Olentangy Review, edited by Darryl and Melissa Price. Thank you to the editors.
Four of my stories have been accepted for publication in Otoliths, edited by Mark Young. Thank you, Mark.
One of my poems will be published in a future issue of Olentangy Review, edited by Darryl and Melissa Price. Thank you very much, Darryl and Melissa.
I’m delighted that one of my poems has been accepted for publication in Poetry NZ Yearbook 52, coming in March 2018. Many thanks to the editor, Jack Ross.
Time moves more slowly these days. I feel I am not running after my life anymore. I can rest. I can enjoy the light of the day more.
Today, I walked in the park, at one point, alone. Alone, time moves faster. As if it were a companion. As if we were talking and the day was listening. And the trees were there in the silence of the present.