Posts Tagged ‘Death In Common’

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Just saw Bob Freeman’s wonderful cover art for Death In Common Edited by Rich Ristow. I’m really proud to be a part of this project and can’t wait for the anthology’s release. More information on the release date coming soon.

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

I sold two pieces of poetry to the DEATH IN COMMON anthology edited by Rich Ristow. I just learned that the anthology received the following blurb today:

Death in Common: Poems from Unlikely Victims brings unusual depth, creativity and chillingly potent imagery to what is often referred to as “horror poetry.” The poems within this unique volume are not simply horrific, they’re genuinely lyrical and wonderfully human stories as well, and that’s not easily accomplished by any poet, liviing, dead, or somewhere in between.

–T.M. Wright, author of “Bone Soup” (Cemetery Dance, 2009) and “Blue Canoe,” a novel (PS Publications, 2009).

I’m excited to be a part of this anthology. Details on availability coming soon.

Friday, October 17th, 2008

Just got word that my poem, “The Last Latte,” has been accepted to the Death In Common anthology. I’m happy to be sharing space with so many other great writers (Monica O’Rourke, Wrath James White, JG Faherty, to name a few.)