Two of my poems, Delaronde Street and Purple, Green, Gold, have been published in the January issue of The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. I feel very, very fortunate that they were chosen to be published, especially since this was my first submission to any publication. Alas, I have received a rejection from another online ezine since, but, onward and upward I say!
Link: The Dead Mule/Poetry
4 thoughts on “Tooting My Horn”
I am so very pleased for you Charlotte. Both of them are some typical (a good thing here!) of your oft so very physical face in writing poems. (Read sensual, read sexual, what I mean.) Don’t know New Orleans even though half my blood is Arkansas, not too far apart. But I appreciate what more you allow us to sense of your town through your poems.
Always, the best for you and your town!
Thank you, Neil. I really appreciate your kind words!
My poem about New Orleans for today:
Cold, cold, cold
I didn’t sign up for this!
Congratulations! I’d like to suggest that you visit http://www.stsomewherejournal.com and consider submitting there. I believe your work would fit nicely.
Thank you, Randy. I would love to!