Publication credits 2013

In no specific order :

 

Dog’s (a)scent / Bag-age

Dog’s (a)scent won the First Prize at Poetry Sans Frontier contest held in August 2013.

Published in Danse Macabre du Jour.

 

…and this is why the caged bird sings

Published in Voices de la Luna, Volume 5 Number 4/ July 15, 2013 Issue

 

The night is out

Published in FIVE Poetry Magazine, Volume 1 No. 6.

 

 

Pre-rain

Published in The Commonline Journal.

 

Scarred

Published in Tongue Magazine, Issue # 4 – theme ‘Earth’.

(find my poem on page 36-37)

 

The lines around my eyes grow old / Memory Jar / What You Do

Published in Boston Poetry Magazine.

 

 

Uneven

Published at The Camel Saloon.

 

I lose my verse

Published in Open Road Review, Issue 6.

 

Sounds heard on a Sunday summer night / Regret

Published in The Penmen Review – Southern New Hampshire University’s Online Journal for Creative Writers.

Published in Belleville Park Pages, Page 12 – November 2013.

 

The talk of the colours

Published in The Muse – An International Journal of Poetry, Volume 3/Number 2, December 2013 Issue (ISSN 2249 –2178).

Print copy : ISBN/EAN13: 1495284549 / 9781495284540

 

Signs

Edited version published in Synaesthesia, November 2013 Issue – theme Science and Numbers.

(find my poem on pages 54-57)

 

Rumi me

Published in Rose Red Review, Issue 7, Winter 2013.

 

Bleed Glee

Published in Tongue Magazine, Issue 3 – theme ‘Faith’.

Re-published in East Coast Literary Review.

Winter Edition Paperback.

Winter Edition Kindle.

 

Entropy

Published in East Coast Literary Review.

Winter Edition Paperback.

Winter Edition Kindle.

 

 

Invisible Land

Published in Red Fez, Issue # 55

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