Here's a sprinkling of recent poems and notices. I've become bad about adding things here because blogs are in abeyance, but these are a few things that have popped up recently.
A glad thank you is due to D. S. Martin for a column in Kingdom Poets. He talks about and quotes from Seren of the Wildwood (Wiseblood Books, 2023) and then features my poem, "The Hand" (previous published in Artemis; reprint & audio at The New Decameron.)
And here's another poem that is accruing shares on twitter: "The Third, the Youngest Sson in Fairy Tales." Curtal sonnet that fools around with the collision between longish multisyllabic and monosyllabic rhymes. In The North American American Anglican.
Clive Hicks-Jenkins on the other side of the pond, writing on instagram about making the art 🎨 for Seren of the Wildwood (WisebloodBooks, 2023) 🌿, along with comments on the Seth Wright review in Front Porch Republic.
Sad about the end of fall, but here's "Hunger and Cloud" to read from Ekstasis. "In dreams, we eat the cloud of unknowing, / Not with medieval..."
Loving fresh attention to Charis in the World of Wonders via the Well-Read Mom October read, yet not forgetting new Seren of the Wildwood (WisebloodBooks). Seth Wright's review, "A Plunge into the Mythic Wood," from Front Porch Republic: "Youmans’ gift for creating primordial archetypal images that stir the gut and fascinate the eye of the mind places her among the best of the poets." I need to post some clips from recent reviews soon!