"The Library's Child" appears in the Canadian (from the Cardus think tank in Ontario) journal Comment: The Books Issue (Spring 2019), edited by John Wilson, one of the world's great readers and editors. Thanks to him for asking.
"The Master of the Embroidered Foliage" is published in the May 5th issue of The Living Church (Anglican Communion.) That one is an ekphrastic poem accompanied by the gorgeous image from The Clark Institute, a late fifteenth-century painting from the Netherlands. Thank you to Canon Theologian Jordan Hylden for the request.
Addendum: They appear to think that I live in South Carolina (born in Aiken), which is a pleasant thought, given that it has snowed three times in the past four April days.
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And The Book of the Red King (Phoenicia Publishing of Montreal) should be out by summer! Updates on the book and related matters will appear first in The Rollipoke News and afterward here and elsewhere.
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Straight out of the back of my head, have you seen Donizetti's opera Maria Stuarda, notably with Joyce DiDonato in the title role? Just wondering.
For the most part, I only see whatever operas come to our Glimmerglass Opera... And I don't see all of those. So no, alas!Delete