in Lush

Two of my poems, “Reverie in Green” and “If we forget there is work to be done”, are now featured in a new book by Rufous Press: Lush.

I’m particularly happy that a few poems by my friend and fellow Coloradoan, Cameron Scott, also live in these pages. Check him out.

“A diverse collection of contemporary poetry and prose from around the globe, Lush is a compact volume of emotive, fluid, and genuine modern day verse. This joyful selection of warm weather meanderings will speak to even the most casual consumer of poetic wordplay.” -A.g. Synclair, Editor & Publisher of The Montucky Review

“Lush is an exquisite collection, brimming with the palatial richness of summer’s luster. Like watching August light reveal the veins in shady leaves, the pieces in Lush remind us that this season of warmth is also meta-palace of memory where the scent of clover can unveil a forgotten moment or shadows on water can stir a desire long hidden within. Once again, Rufous Press has produced a thoughtful and exciting compilation of new voices.” -Megan Duffy, Editor of The Meadowland Review

“The poetry and prose in Lush span an arc of joy–rough and delicate, lasting and immediate.” –Kathleen Maher

2 Responses to “in Lush

  1. Fey says:

    Yea for you!

  2. ned says:

    Wow. Very impressive. I am happy for you. You deserve all that comes from putting these beautiful words out there.

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