Here are the photos taken from the Second Brownstone Poets 2014 Anthology Reading on Thursday, March 19 at Barnes and Noble Booksellers in Park Slope, Brooklyn. I apologize for messing up a few of the shots and for missing out on a photographing a few poets. The event started out slow, but people kept coming in and so did the excitement, making this event standing room only. Kudos to our Guest Poet George Held and to the contributors who were able to make the event. They are as follows:
George Held (Guest Poet)
Ronna Lebo (a.k.a Alice B. Talkless)
Brenda J. Gannam
Ernest K. Woodley
Noel David Cohen
Will plan to post the first event pictures from Park Plaza Restaurant soon. Have a slow computer and must start publishing the 2015 anthology ASAP!
In honor of International Women’s Day, I am happy to announce that Femmewise Cat, a special e-zine of Clockwise Cat, has published 5 of my pieces:
Sex and the Single Poet
The 4-Dimensional Man
Check it out at
Also there’s a second part of this e-zine worth seeing
So many great women are in this issue. Great job Alison Ross. Meow!
Siddartha Beth Pierce. April Michelle Bratten. Michelle Greenblatt. Karen Neuberg. Ally Malinenko. Cindy Sostchen-Hochman. Regina A Walker. Patricia Carragon. Simone Keane. Puma Perl. Sheila Murphy. Alexis Fancher. Erin Reardon. Jacqueline Watts. Linda Leedy Schneider. Mercedes WebbPullman. Gili Haimovich. Wanda Morrow Clevenger. Maja Trochimczyk. Nicole Henares. Marie Lecrivain. Gloria Garfunkel. Misti Rainwater-Lites.
Just checked Submittable.com and surprise . . . my poem “Birthday Thoughts” was published in the Linden Avenue Literary Journal Issue 27, August 2014 (accidentally listed as Issue 28, September 2014)
Also, this issue has pieces from Susan Dale, Melanie Haney, John Garmon, Marion Deutsche Cohen, and Ryan Dempsey.
More Avocet news:
My haiku was in The Weekly Avocet #115, February 25, 2015.
I am pleased that I share the space with
George Held, Leslie Thomas, Mac Greene,
Maggie Westland, Linda Taylor, Leslie Mills,
Karla Linn Merrifield, Karla Linn Merrifield,
against blue-gray sky
wait for snow