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Thrilled to Share!

Hello, my friends!
I'm so happy to share that a new piece of mine is now up on The Bookends Review!  A memoir, it's not in the most joyful vein, but hope you'll find it interesting, nonetheless.         

 Link here:
Blue Bicycle

I'm also pleased to report a new acceptance of creative non-fiction by the publication Amethyst Review  'New Writing Engaging With the Sacred'   
"Spirit Down to Bone" will be published March 14th. Thank you Editor, Sarah Law!

I've had an acceptance of Memoir (Haibun) "My Tokyo Days: Air Force Daughter Recalls," which will be published in a couple of weeks in A Thousand and On Stories. You can read my work previously published by Ed King in the same e-zine, here: "I Must Have Wandered"

Also in March- I'm so pleased my Haibun Memoir, "Nana's Hands: A Tribute" has been accepted by Ray Rasmussen for Haibun Today 12:1 March 2018. Such an honor! 

Thank you for sharing in my success!
Til next time,

February Update

The weather is warming up in Sarasota, and soon we'll be able to get into our pool. Priorities have weighed against buying a solar heater thus far.

My writing has been sporadic these past couple of weeks, but I'm encouraged to have been notified of a number of acceptances since the new year.  My reading of Flash continues, and lots of Haibun which I love so much.

I mentioned last entry my piece, "Layered Winter Thoughts" was published in The Vignette Review. It's reminiscent of a time in our old Bucks County, PA farmhouse. (unfortunately, the link no longer works. I'll reprint in a future blog post in its entirety.)

Another piece published this winter is in The Remembered Arts Journal. So thrilled to be among such beautiful writing and art.
"Now Be the Dance"

And there is a page of Winter Haiku in Halcyo…