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.
I’m humbled to be part of this awesome new project by Samantha Trayhurn, Pink Cover Zine! Here’s a flyer I made just for it.
Watch out for the big announcement. But if you’re in Sydney and want to be part of the biggest launch of the month, head out to Stranger Zines (co-launch with So Fi Zine and Marrickville Pause) on 14 December 2017, 7.00pm, at Goodspace in Chippendale.
Check out Pink Cover Zine at pinkcoverzine.wordpress.com.au and support indie press!
I have a new poem coming up in Gargouille’s Issue 7. Get your pre-order at their store here:
What an impressive line up! I’m all in!
My story, Broken Things, is about the spoils of war and how no one should suffer its consequences. I am grateful to Pencilled In Magazine for choosing to publish it in its inaugural issue.
Only a few copies of Pencilled In Magazine Issue 1 are available HERE.
Broken Things: In the aftermath of World War II and amid the devastation of the vast Philippines archipelago, the very young Robérto Rodrígo de Montáño and his family have become indirect casualties of war. Refusing to play victim to the atrocities, he sets out to regain old familial playgrounds, armed only with the naivety of youth, the flavour of old memories in his tongue and a steely determination to reclaim his home from the clutches of war. He sets out stealthily towards the ruins of Manila after the city’s liberation from the Japanese Imperial Army, unwittingly bringing himself and his two younger siblings, Miguelíto and Isabélla, across the threshold where reality gives way to the loss of innocence and plants the seed of brokenness that is likely to stay within themselves for the rest of their lives. Broken Things is a fictional but poignant hop to a time when young minds and pure but fragile souls were shattered by the unfortunate consequences of man’s inherent need to conquer and destroy.
In Short Publishing Co., publisher of my pocketbook-sized short story single, Words That Don’t Mean Anything, is coming up with seven new titles and doing a makeover of all the titles.
Here’s my new cover, and it’s awesome!!!
Thanks, In Short Publishing Co.! Can’t wait for this!
All the current titles are available here: https://inshortpublishing.com/collections/all
Thrilled that my short story, ‘Broken Things’, appears on Issue 1: Fear & Hope of the brand new Pencilled In Magazine. After a few years of refining it, the story has finally found a home. Thank you to Yen-Rong Wong and Rachel Ang for trusting me and my story.
From not poems, just words
‘i will hum the tune of the praises you keep’
i am a story is on Facebook HERE.
Your short story … on Verity La‘s Lies To Live By. Get yours in.