Super stoked to have my work featured on a site that I admire so much. Pink Pangea, a community of women who love to travel & to write, has published a couple pieces of mine.
Check out a story that is very personal to me by clicking the link here.
Much love and safe travels,
Delighted to see this poem, a very important piece to me, “up” at Uppagus in their new spring issue!
Check out the direct link here.
Happy Wednesday, everyone!
I have four poems up on VerseWrights– many about my travels to Europe in 2013. Check them out!
Beyond excited to announce that my chapbook, Next to Everything that is Breakable, is now officially available for pre-order from Finishing Line Press. Check it out at the link below!
Pre-order the chapbook by clicking here.
Still in disbelief that this is happening, but I’m thrilled to announce my manuscript was recently accepted for publication! To those that supported me, believed in me, and most of all, who pushed me: I am indebted to you. This has been my dream. How do I even put it all into words…
Details will be announced soon!
Happy news to share! My poem, “Truth Be Told, It’s Inevitable” was accepted for publication and can be found online at One Sentence Poems.
Check it out here: “Truth Be Told, It’s Inevitable”
Lucky to have stumbled across this journal and that they took a chance on me to give this work a home.
Yesterday, November 6th, I brought my racing career (click here for details) full circle yet again with the Pittsburgh EQT 10 miler.
It was a gorgeous fall day for a run- a little chilly in the morning, but once my feet hit the pavement and the sun burst through the gray of morning, it was the perfect temperature. I ran for seven miles with a friend and truly understood how running with someone can be such a great therapy question. We talked about running and relationships, and before I knew it, the miles and number of bridges we’d run on had flown by!
I had spent this past week submitting my work out to numerous publications, and began tracking my progress. The one certainty you can expect as a writer is rejection, and I was beginning to know it all too well.
You can imagine my surprise when I got an e-mail later in the afternoon stating that a literary magazine wanted ALL FIVE of the five poems I had sent to them. I was ecstatic that these poems finally got accepted, and it was a wonderful break to receive!
So with that, I leave you with this image, and a reminder that “Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.” I knew there was a reason it was my favorite.
Until next time,