Neon Magazine was kind enough to review Keeping Me Still this week --
"These are accomplished poems, and their arrangement captures well the
nature of loss. Not only that, but it manages to do so in a way that
sets Keeping Me Still apart from the many existing chapbooks and poetry collections that speak of grief."
you can read the rest of the review :here:
A Literature Navigator also featured one of my recently published poems, The Wandering Witch, writing "It has a great sense of place and touch, something you often find in
ancient Chinese poetry [ie even that translated by Pound and other
Modernists]. It's quite lovely, but there's an edge to it, as sweetly
hidden as a thin knife blade under a cloth hem."
i love that last metaphor.