Publication Catch Up

Publication Catch up for May and June

Been behind on so many things with my busy schedule, and now I’m posting my publication news dating back from May and June.


Bear Creek Haiku Blogspot #139, May 2017: 

in this lovely issue with Jayson Amsber, Steve Austerman, Michael Ceraolo, Corey Cook, Chris Faiers, Peggy Dugan French, Robert Gniewek, Dean Wiseman Golden, Toma Rosen, Dennis Saleh, David, Sermersheim, T. Kilgore Splake, David Stone, June Stuart, Simone Wheeler, P.L. Wick, Paula Yup. Thank you Ayaz Daryl Nielsen

like tombstones
the rocks remember
each flower that died


sunlight hides sadness
the flowers and herbs
seek comfort from rocks


blue moods hide in clouds . . . departs
       whenever sorrow
              finds closure


resilience
the last flower blooms
beyond its time

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Bear Creek Haiku Blogspot #140, May 23, 2017:

from bear creek haiku #140: poets Cathy Porter, Toma Rosen, Lone Crow, Patricia Carragon, Ndongolera C. Mwangupili, Joanna M. Weston, and, Paula Yup

mosquito lovefest
scratching my way             subway in motion
through summer                       wheels sing lullabies
                                                  passengers fall asleep
            ^poet Patricia Carragon  Brooklyn, New York^
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Bear Creek Haiku Blogspot, June 12, 2017:

our friends, their fine poetry: James B. Peters, Toma Rosen, Carl Mayfield, Patricia Carragon, Peggy Dugan French, Joanna Weston, Ndongolera C. Mwangupili, Rex Sexton, and! Judith Partin-Nielsen

mosquito lovefest
scratching my way
through summer

behind Brooklyn Bridge
walls of gray mist hide skyline
delusional rain

like cat’s eyes
doors to inner peace
open and shut

Patricia Carragon  Brooklyn, New York

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Bear Creek Haiku Blogspot, June 21, 2017:

poetry: Lysa Collins! Karen O’Leary! Vivian Bolland Schroeder! Diane Webster! Judy Katz-Levine! Joanna M. Weston! Judith Partin-Nielsen! and, Patricia Carragon!

subway in motion
        wheels sing lullabies
                passengers fall asleep
         sunrise
         hearing the birds
         not the train
         Patricia Carragon  Brooklyn, New York
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One Hundred Voices, Vol. III (Centum Press):
Happy that Centum Press published my short story, “Mural Man,” in their One Hundred Voices, Vol. III.  Thank you Meredith Anderson and Christian Lee. You can pre-order your copy at:
 
 
 
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World Enough Writers Beer, Wine, and Spirits Anthology:
 
Also pleased that “Bird Watch” has found another home in the World Enough Writers Beer, Wine, and Spirits Anthology forthcoming this December. Thank you Lana Hechtman Ayers.
That all folks!
Cheers,
Patricia
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May Publication News

May Publication News



May Publication News




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Centum Press for Fiction:

Thank you Christen Lee and Meredith Anderson of Centum Press for accepting my fiction piece, “Mural Man,” for  100 Voices Volume Three to be released before the summer. Pre-Sales to come.
https://www.centumpublishing.com/100-voices



Bear Creek Haiku #139, May 10, 2017

Thanks again to ayaz daryl nielsen, Tama, and Frosty for posting
3 of my haiku

Pleased to be among these stellar poets:

Cathy Porter, P. L. Wick, Dean Wiseman Golden, Stella Leonardos, and, normal!

Click on this link and enjoy:
The Weekly Avocet #230, May 7, 2017
 
Thank you Charles Portolano and also Vivian and Valerie Portolano for posting my haiku and tanka:
Congrats to Elizabeth Conrad VanBuskirk, Christine Swanberg, Dave Jilk, Jackie Fellague, Christina Laurie, John G. Lawless, Elisabeth Edmonston, Rochelle S. Cohen, Rex Sexton,
Jay Chollick, Susan Twiggs, Kathleen McKinley Harris, Elizabeth Kuelbs, Charles Portolano
 
 
falling
like pastel snowflakes
cherry blossoms
 

rain forgives anger
when it falls with grace and hope
water heals the land
courage replants, life renews
the earth and sun in balance

Some publication news that didn’t get blogged in the usual manner

Some publication news that didn’t get blogged in the usual manner

Some publication news that didn’t get blogged in the usual manner:


My prose piece, “Enjoy Yourself,” is in poetdiversity, November 2016 volume 13 number 2
Thank you Marie C Lecrivain Congrats to all:
Inalegwu Omapada Alifa , Maria A Arana, Shawn Aveningo, Peter Barlow, Wendy Bourke , Jack G Bowman, Alan Britt, Lynne Bronstein, Adam Levon Brown, Jeffrey Bryant, Don Kingfisher Campbell, Alicia Carpenter, Patricia Carragon, Natalie Crick, Carla Criscoulo, Frank De Canio , Marvin Louis Dorsey, Miguel Eichelberger, John LaMar Elison, Gabrielle Garofalo, Dave Houston, Dani Raschel Jimenez, Scott C Kaestner, Sofia Kioroglou, Deborah P Kolodji, Rick Lupert, Donal Mahoney, Frank Mundo, Chika Onyenezi , Adam Phillips, Bethany W Pope, Nydia Rojas, Diana Rosen, Walter Ruhlmann, Jan Steckel, and Papa Vic.
Featured Poets: Jonathan Beale, J de Salvo, Darren C Demaree, Amelie Frank, Jerry Garcia, Terry McCarty, Akor Emmanuel Oche , Greg Patrick, Alison Ross, Cody Rukasin, Viola Weinberg,and Kelley White.
Prose Feature: George Korolog
 
My Fiction Piece, “Diana of Anderson Avenue,” is in Centum Press’ 100 Voices Volume 2 to be published on January 15.
I’m happy that Tracy Gardstein’s work is also in this book.
From the Publisher:
As you know, One Hundred Voices Volume Two will be published in a little over a week on January 15! As this important milestone for “Diana of Anderson Avenue” and all of the other pieces approaches, I wanted to reach out to see how promoting the book is going. We’re trying to make a final push to generate pre-orders for the book over the next several days, so please let me know if there’s anything that I can do to assist in your promotional efforts.
Just as a reminder, your discount code is: 100V2V8
Your discount code is good for 10% off both paperback and limited edition hardcover copies of One Hundred Voices Volume Two that are pre-ordered through our website, centumpublishing.com.
As we near January 15, I’d definitely encourage you to send a reminder email to your family members, friends, and fans about the book and to participate in our Thunderclap campaign if you haven’t already.
Once again, please let me know if I can do anything to help with your promotional efforts for One Hundred Voices Volume Two!
Looking forward to an exciting publication date!
Best Regards,
Christian Lee
Founder and Publisher
Centum Press
P.S. If you live outside the United States, we could send you a large shipment of books that you could distribute to your family members and friends. This has proven to be a great way to cut down on the shipping costs that each individual absorbs and to make our books more accessible.

Order Your Copy of One Hundred Voices Volume 2

Order Your Copy of One Hundred Voices Volume 2

From Centum Press regarding the publication of my story, “Diana of Anderson Avenue” in One Hundred Voices Volume Two. You can order your copy below using the discount code 100V2V8:

Hi, Patricia,
As you know, One Hundred Voices Volume Two will be published in a little over a week on January 15! As this important milestone for “Diana of Anderson Avenue” and all of the other pieces approaches, I wanted to reach out to see how promoting the book is going. We’re trying to make a final push to generate pre-orders for the book over the next several days, so please let me know if there’s anything that I can do to assist in your promotional efforts.
Just as a reminder, your discount code is: 100V2V8
Your discount code is good for 10% off both paperback and limited edition hardcover copies of One Hundred Voices Volume Two that are pre-ordered through our website, centumpublishing.com.
As we near January 15, I’d definitely encourage you to send a reminder email to your family members, friends, and fans about the book and to participate in our Thunderclap campaign if you haven’t already.
Once again, please let me know if I can do anything to help with your promotional efforts for One Hundred Voices Volume Two!
Looking forward to an exciting publication date!
Best Regards,
Christian Lee
Founder and Publisher
Centum Press
P.S. If you live outside the United States, we could send you a large shipment of books that you could distribute to your family members and friends. This has proven to be a great way to cut down on the shipping costs that each individual absorbs and to make our books more accessible.