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“Ghosts on the Grapevine” published in Slipstream #40

The 40th issue of poetry journal Slipstream came out a few months ago, but my first copy got lost in the mail during my relocation from Virginia to Texas. Finally got a replacement of this print-only publication so I could catch up with their selection of recent outsider poetry. This issue has a theme of “Spirits,” which mostly refers to ghosts or phantoms in a way that touches real people in real life.

You can acquire a hard copy of the journal for yourself at the Slipstream website.

I’m pleased to be included with my poem “Ghosts on the Grapevine,” and I’m especially honored that my piece was also used as one of the sample poems from this issue on the journal’s website. You can check it out here.

“Bleeding in the Cracks” in Slipstream; print issue 38 out now


Slipstream literary magazine’s print version for Issue #38, the one with the Water Theme, has been released and is ready for purchase from their website. I know this, because my contributor’s copy arrived in the mail last week. This issue contains one of my poems, “Bleeding in the Cracks.” Very exciting to see my work in an actual printed journal, a real rarity these days. Slipstream exclusively releases printed copies.

You can read more samples from #38, view the list of contributing authors, and order copies from this webpage.