Thursday, May 2, 2013


I'm thrilled to have ten poems in the latest issue of Assaracus.

The journal, edited by Bryan Borland of Sibling Rivalry Press, includes work by Jonathan Alexander, John Bonanni, Travis Crockett, Ron Drummond, Rob Jacques, Kelly McQuain, Miodrag Kojadinovic, Allen Salerno, Lawrence Schimel, Josh Stenberg, and Denver Torres.

Get yourself a copy here.


  1. I just purchased my copy! Looking forward to owning some of your work! Congratulations!

  2. Oh, Karen, "owning"?? But W&G beg to differ:


    GRACE: Yeah, you wanna hear something funny about him?

    NADINE: Sure!

    GRACE: You will never have him.

    NADINE: What? Excuse me?

    GRACE: You will never have him. He's gay, you're straight. He will never change, no matter how many boyfriends you scare off.

    NADINE: Okay, I know what's going on here. You're just mad because I said I hate your dippy little fancy chicken friend. Deal with it.

    GRACE: You will never have him.

    NADINE: Stop! Stop saying that!

    GRACE: I know you, Nadine. You hope that Vince being gay is just a phase. You fantasize that Will dies in a car crash and that you're the only on who could comfort Vince. Until one night, that comfort turns into unbridled love-making.

    NADINE: You're wrong! It was a plane crash.

    GRACE: Don't you see? I know you, because I was you.