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“Hide and Seek with Summer” is now up at Citizen Brooklyn, a magazine

devoted to “unique energy, diversity, and expression.”

I just call Citizen Brooklyn edgy and provocative. It’s worth the look.

Hide and Seek with Summer

…watching my curtains rise and fall
my breath pushes in from outside
after I have drawn them against your heat…

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(Try reading the piece different ways: right column first and then left, left column first and then right, or top to bottom. But, no matter how I tried, it just couldn’t get it to work backwards.)

The poem was first published by Intersections in 2008.

Pay them a visit too, if you have the time.

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“Only Seventeen” now up at Citizen Brooklyn, a magazine

devoted to “unique energy, diversity, and expression.”

Only Seventeen

When they pick me up, Mother

won’t come

get me.

This lifts my runaway status,

sets me

free…

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The poem was first published by The Stone Hobo.

Pay them a visit too, if you have the time.

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To the Man Passing London Zoo’s Blackburn Pavilion Clock at 12:30 p.m.

Like a hummingbird

pinned to a fencepost, freed

of its Whirling Dervish world… <<read more>>

~ Every Day Poets

Note: London Zoo’s Blackburn Pavilion houses hundreds of bird species and includes the largest collection of hummingbirds in the U.K. The clock at its entrance springs into mechanical life, complete with chirping birds, every half hour.

London Zoo’s press team thought the poem was “fantastic” and tweeted about it on their Twitter page: https://twitter.com/#!/zsllondonzoo.

If you visit Every Day Poets, please vote – the star you click gives the poem a 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, or 5-star rating.

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Whether you want super-shorts or love, horror or personal stories, or a mix of them all, there’s something for you at the Natalie McNabb Amazon Author Page. Check it out, if ya wanna…

Gargoyle 58

Paycock Press

Paperback: $18.95

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or FewerHint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer

W. W. Norton and Company

Paperback: $11.13

Kindle Edition: $8.99

Love Notes: A Collection of Romantic PoetryLove Notes: A Collection of Romantic Poetry

Vagabondage Press

Paperback: $14.95

Kindle Edition: $3.82

Frightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction HorrorFrightmares: A Fistful of Flash Fiction Horror

Dark Moon Books

Paperback: $14.95

Silent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and AdoptionSilent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and Adoption

Catalyst Book Press

Paperback: $12.48

Vagabondage Press

Kindle Edition: $2.99

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Two new pieces, just in time for Valentine’s Day–

Finding Things in the Sheets

and

As I Am

–in Love Notes, A Collection of Romantic Poetry

“Love shared, love in secret, celebrated, exploded…Love Notes has it all…”   ~ Vagabondage Press

P.S. – As you inspire me in so many other things, you are the inspiration for these. I like you lots–not as in parking lots or casting lots, but as in lots and lots, as in bunches. Happy Valentine’s Day, luv. (Everyone else - As you probably guessed, P.S. does not stand for postscript here, and you can barf now.)   ~ N

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The Last Two Minutes of the Game

“Do the last two minutes matter?” you ask, turn off the game. We all wrestle you for the remote. Later, in your rusted Bug, with red and yellow gumballs spilled and rolling around the floorboards, I stick my hand out the window into the rain to push your broken wipers

back

               and

forth,

back

               and

forth.

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~ Fall 2011 Issue of Grey Sparrow Literary Journal

In 2011, Grey Sparrow was named the Best New Literary Journal of the Year by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

Also in the Fall Issue: poetry by Kay Ryan, 16th Poet Laureate of the United States and recipient of the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize and a Guggenheim Fellowship.

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look for new Flash, Micro Fiction and Poetry to show up online, in print and in some other not-so-normal places over the next few months

The Safety Pin Review

find it online

hear it on Centerpiece, WECI 91.5fm

see it “attached (via safety pins) to…operatives—a collective network of punks, thieves and anarchists—who wear it everywhere they go for a week

Eclectic Flash

The Battered Suitcase, Vagabondage Press

Frightmares Flash Fiction Anthology, Dark Moon Books 

Microstory A Week 

Grey Sparrow Journal

Six Minute Magazine

Short Stories, Vol. I, eChook Digital Publishing

Gargoyle Magazine

and others

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