I have a poem, “Kintsugi,” in the Vita Brevis Anthology, Pain & Renewal. Thank you to Brian Geiger for accepting it. The volume is available in digital form and in real physical book form. Buy both, if you’re so inclined!
Here’s all the information.
Thank you, Derrick.
Awesome! Congratulations, Merril! Now this is a great way to start the year. 😉
Yes, it is! Thank you, Jill!
I echo the previous contributors: CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Thank you very much, Will!
Wonderful! Already in my Kindle 😉
Congratulations, Merril. I look forward to reading it.
Thank you, Ken!
Good news then. 🙂
Congrats, Merril! You’re off to a good start in 2020!
Thank you, Luanne.
(I haven’t had a chance to submit anything since. . . )
Oh no! I hope you remedy that soon!
Yeah, I’ve been a bit busy. 😉 We moved my mom, and it’s been weeks of stress and exhaustion, and now I have page proofs to review and a test assignment due. Maybe things will settle down soon.
Things will–and in the meantime know that you are doing a great job with all you ARE doing!
Way to go, Merril! Onward.
Thanks so much, Sheila!
I enjoyed both “Kintsugi” and “Turning Point.” While the latter clearly ends with hope, the hint of rebirth in the first hints at hope, as well.
Thank you very much, Ken. I hadn’t mentioned “Turning Point,” because I didn’t realize when I posted this that, Brian had included it. 🙂 He had only mentioned he was including Kintsugi. In any case, I’m pleased that you liked both poems!
Congratulations!! I’ll be ordering the print copy because I know I’ll enjoy your poems 🙂
Awww–thank you! 🙂