Click on the cover then scroll down to hear Her Name Was Hazel and The Inevitable. (audio)
Watercolor wash and haiku by David Jibson (the full moon of January is the Wolf Moon).
Symphony Number 11 in The Decadent Review: https://thedecadentreview.com/corpus/symphony-number-eleven/
Thank you to editor, Dimiti Kaufman.
Here is a short ekphrastic poem from the chapbook Poem Noir from 3rd Coast Press, available at Amazon.
From Protective Coloration (Kelsay Books – Aldrich Press, 2020). Poem originally published in Peninsula Poets.
This poem was featured at the fall meeting of the Poetry Society of Michigan. It was a response to a prompt from Elizabeth Kerlikowske, the current president of the organization. “Write a poem giving someone advice. It could be an extended metaphor. And fun/clever/don’t even think of rhyming.”
I wrote Honky-Tonk, which originally appeared in Fried Chicken and Coffee, with a particular road house in mind. Its name came from the fact that its distance from each of three small towns in rural Michigan was seven miles and it was owned for a period of time by my mother. The poem is now included in Protective Coloration (Kelsay Books, 2020). It’s available from Kelsay and from Amazon.