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Poems on Pyrokinection

Big ShipsThree of my poems have just gone live at Pyrokinection, an online publication from Kind of a Hurricane Press editor and poet A.J. Huffman.




They are “big ships” … “moving through sad middles of nowhere” … and … “Vancouver B.C.”


Check them out here.


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Two Poems

Two of my poems are now ALIVE over at DEAD SNAKES. Suicidal writers and dropped pocket watches: read ‘the truest thing’ and ‘tide-swirl’ after the link . . . sexy, sexy snakes.


‘the truest thing’ has previously appeared on now defunct e-journal Australian Reader. In fact, it was my first poem to be published back in January 2011, for which I’m grateful to editor Phillip Ellis. His web-site is below.


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Greetings from the Camel Saloon

One of my photographs (from a few years back) has been featured on the “postcards” section of Camel Saloon, a literary tavern for “dromedaries, malcontents and jewels in the world.” Check it out and leave a comment at the the link below. Also keep an eye on the Saloon for some of my poems appearing soon.

Johanna Beach, Victoria


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