Two poems published!

I’m very excited to announce the publication of Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku and Haiga!  I received my free copy a while back, and it was exciting to read my poem in print!  It was also neat to see the book for sale on Amazon.  Here’s a picture of the title:Image.

I definitely learned a lot about the art of writing haiku from reading the excellent entries in Lifting the Sky.  My thanks to Dos Gatos Press for putting this anthology together, and to making one of my most cherished dreams come true: to see my writing in a book.

I’m also excited to announce I’ve just reviewed the proof of my poem Bruce King’s Chickens.  It was originally published in the online anthology 200 New Mexico Poems, but the editor has decided to put the collection in print.  I checked out the PDF proof of the book on Thursday, and found out that my poem is in the “Legend” section.

I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.


About glossarch

The word "glossarch" doesn't exist. At least, not yet. But let's pretend it does for a second. The first part is "gloss," a word that comes to us from Ancient Greek via Latin and English. It means "language." The second part also comes from Ancient Greek and can mean "having power over." So "glossarch" means simply "language controller." So what am I doing making up words? Well, I made up an entire language once. It's called Angosey. So I'm the Glossarch of Angosey. I'm currently a doctorate student in volcano seismology (a branch of geophysics). I enjoy writing fiction and poetry, launching balloons, programming, and hanging out with my lovely wife! Follow me on Twitter! Writing and language creation: @glossarch Balloons and science: @bovineaerospace
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