‘Everything my heart has loved…’
From my poem, ‘Bird‘, in Husk #5 …
Husk#3 (Spring 2018) is now out from Valli Poole’s Blank Rune Press, with a few of my poems, ‘Kidding‘, ‘Not forever (And then it ends I)’, ‘Sampling (And then it ends II)’ and ‘Fallen (And then it ends III)’. Featured artist is Annemarie Szeleczky, with art and words by Annamarie, Leanne Neill, Jan Dean, Jannette Dadd, valli poole, Bee Jay, and the sublime Anne Walsh.
“If there is an aim of the press it is that it features artists/poets/photographers from all walks of life — people who have an ongoing commitment and passion for creativity. In the subjective world of art, this magazine has chosen to present an eclectic mix of art and writing from Australia and overseas.”
Thrilled to be the featured poet in Blank Rune Press‘ new mag, Husk#2! I’ve never been featured like this before, so am stoked.
(Photo courtesy of Valli Poole, poet/editor/publisher at Blank Rune Press.)
Thrilled to have my new poems appearing in Issue 1 of Blank Rune Press‘ ‘Husk‘.
Featured poet for Issue 1’s ‘The Poet Speaks’ is Robbie Coburn. Aside from myself, there are also artwork and poetry from brilliant peeps, including Jillian Mardin, Glenn Cooper, Rebecca La Luna Turman, Cathy Flower, Lina Krishnan,and valli poole.
Thanks to editor/publisher, Valli Poole, for giving me a voice.
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