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Photo courtesy of http://www.Poetry.LA

Poetry.LA is a video showcase of Southern California poets and venues.  In 2009, they captured my featured reading at Santa Monica’s Rapp Saloon. To watch, just CLICK HERE:
~ The Best Way to Eat a Grape
~ Taller Than the Moon (:41)
~ Red Long Hot Peppers (2:20)
~ What the Moon Knows (3:55)
~ Sweet Languid (6:35)

Minglewood is an exquisite English-language publication of contemporary Haiku/Senryu. The online animated visual format combines music and images to showcase these tiny “one breath” poems. I’m delighted to have Haiku included in three issues. Take a quick beauty break and log on. Each 4-minute video is a treat.
~ Minglewood, Winter 2008, Issue 1: “Eyes locked, soul kissing…”
~ Minglewood, Spring 2009, Issue 2: “This is a secret…”
~ Minglewood, Summer 2009, Issue 3: “Night blooming jasmin…”

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Bosco and the Dust Bunnies, a Christmas story

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MoonTide Press

In September 2010, I got to be a calendar girl! Actually, I got to be the Poet of the Month for Moon Tide Press, a publisher dedicated to showcasing Southern California poets.  They ran two of my poems, “Siren” and “Cubism” (which won the Sue Saniel Elkind Poetry Prize in 2005). Their archives are full of wonderful poets. Go check them out, and tell them Miss September sent you!

Another Blonde Boy
The Best Way to Eat a Grape
Haiku: She writes in crayon
House that Ana Built
LA Solstice
Long Haired Women
Taller than the Moon
Tools and Trade
Untitled (for Anne Silver)
The Use of Heroes
Women’s Work

Poems in Anthologies
Blue Arc West: An Anthology of California Poets, Tebot Bach, 2006
Close to the Wind,
Haiku North America, 2013
From the Four-Chambered Heart: In Tribute to Anais Nin
Sybaritic Press, 2013
Don’t Blame the Ugly Mug: Ten Years of Two Idiots Peddling Poetry
Poetry Slam
So Luminous the Wildflowers
Sisters Singing: Blessings, Prayers, Art, Songs, Poetry & Sacred Stories by Women, Wild Girl Press


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