Mensans were asked to recall deaths that have profoundly impacted impacted them. My response, (A Husband's' Death) was published on page 31 of the January 2017 issue of the Mensa Bulletin. (If anyone wants to see it I can send a scanned pdf copy.)
101 Words accepted a little story of mine: Ten Years Later.
As Wayne explained awhile back, the assignment--if you choose to accept it--is to write a complete story in 101 words. WARNING: it's addictive.
Theresa A. Cancro
A number of publications over the past few months:
Haiku Society of America, 2016 Members' Anthology, “Full of Moonlight.” (print) - one haiku
Modern Haiku, Autumn 2016. (print) - one haiku
Presence, #56. (print) - two haiku
The Bamboo Hut, Autumn 2016 -- Ten haiku. Click on the cover, then scroll to pages 69-70.
Chrysanthemum #20 (October 2016) -- Two haiku in English with German translations. Click on download, then scroll to page 11. Arranged alphabetically by last name.
Haibun Today, Volume 10, Number 4, December 2016. One haibun, Voiceless.
During The Haiku Foundation's 2016 renku session, one two-line verse of mine was selected for inclusion in the final 36-verse renku, A Day of Snow.
Brass Bell online haiku and small poems site. October 2016 through January 2017 one haiku of mine was included each month. Arranged alphabetically by first name.
October November December January
Lost Paper blog. Four items included in "Things We Miss," a collective list, published on January 7, 2017.
The Avocet, A Journal of Nature Poetry (print), Winter 2017 issue “See how the goddess reaps," originally published on Jellyfish Whispers, October 2015.
The Weekly Avocet, #203 (print) November 2, 2016. “autumn continuum.”
The Weekly Avocet, #210, December 21, 2016. “The Sunbeam,” originally published in Dead Snakes on May 19, 2016.
Leaves of Ink – “View.” Many thanks to those members of the Poetry-W list who provided valuable feedback on this poem.
Lori Sambol Brody
Two new publications: "Dracula" in Noble Gas Quarterly and "We'll Fly Away" in Sky + Sea, an anthology published by Porkbelly Press. Thank you to the defunct Prose group for helping me on "We'll Fly Away"!!!
My review of An Unsettling Crime For Samuel Craddock, a novel by Terry Shames, has been published by the Internet Review of Books.
I have been asked by the Journal of Urban History (scholarly journal published by Sage Publications) to write a book review.
Joanna M. Weston
Four poems up at Here and Now. Scroll down and I'm there, beginning with “Home Floors.” And, three senryu up at Friday's Poems.