I’m happy to have my poem “Unexpected Lifeboat” included in the fall issue of Thimble Literary Magazine. Many thanks to editor Nadia Arioli and all the Thimble folks!
I’m honored to have my poem “Boom Town” included in Rust + Moth. “Boom Town” mourns the changing landscape in the part of the world I love so much. Many thanks to the editors.
I’m happy to have my poem about cautiously venturing out into the world again, “Fully Vaccinated,” included in Global Poemic. Many thanks to the editors and to Stella Bellow for her wonderful art!
I’m honored to have my poem “Spring Unveils Beginnings and Endings” in The Night Heron Barks. Many thanks to editor Rogan Kelly and the wonderful team at TNHB. Two of my photos are included and you can hear me read my poem.
I’m happy to have my poem “Broken,” which explores the link between destruction and renewal, included in MORIA Literary Magazine. Many thanks to the editors and staff at Woodbury University!
The Covid-19 pandemic feels like an entire era with distinct periods to me now. Remember when we were preoccupied with hand sanitizer and Clorox Wipes? I’m happy to have my poem “Eighty Percent,” about hand sanitizer and addiction, included in Global Poemic. It’s accompanied by amazing art by Arabella Luna Friedland. Many thanks to the editors and to Arabella.
I’m delighted to have a poem about plumbing, procrastinating, and home repair during the pandemic, “How to Fix a Faucet That Drips,” included in Silver Birch Press.
I’m happy to have my poem about owls and loss, “Dust to Dust,” included in Amethyst Review.
I’m honored to have my poem “Marathon Man” included in Psaltery & Lyre. Many thanks to editor Dayna Kidd Patterson and all the folks at Psaltery & Lyre. I was touched that Dayna asked if I’d like to use a photo of the real marathon man, my first dog Guthrie, with this poem.
I’m honored to have my poem “Good Day,” about the bittersweet end of a beloved animal’s life, included in Muddy River Poetry Review. Many thanks to editor Zvi Sesling. https://muddyriverpoetryreview.webs.com/Sheila%20Wellehan-1.pdf