Noctua Review

Got my contributor copy of Noctua Review today with my poem “Midnight in the Dream Museum” in it. Some wonderful poems are in it by Mary Stone Dockery, Ronnie K. Stephens and Carol Berg, to name but a few. It was nice to walk through the rain shower today and enjoy the read over coffee at Gleaner’s Cafe, with their funky Wild Things table. Nothing like a good summer rain.

Thank you to editor Meg Cowen and her staff!


New Poem in Noctua Review


I recently received word from Meg Cowen, editor extraordinaire (and damn fine painter!) that the new issue of Noctua Review is released now as a free PDF. It contains “Midnight in the Dream Museum”, a poem written a few summers ago in Edinburgh, Scotland after visiting the National Museum there and being entranced by a chamber full of busts. Later in my imagination, they transformed around me and became the stuff of dreams. The poem is finally out, and I look forward to getting my print copy soon.

From the editors:
Not enough summer reading, you say? Noctua ’13 is now live. If you like good old-fashioned print copies, fear not–we’re awaiting a delivery and will be offering them soon. We hope you enjoy!

Here it is!
Click to download Noctua Review 2013 PDF Print copies will be available for purchase shortly. We are proud of the fine work in this issue and grateful for the patience and support from our talented…



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