Check out my poem “A Turkey Hangout” published on Jellyfish Whispers.
My poem “A Turkey Hangout” will be published on May 5, 2018 by Jellyfish Whispers. When the link is available I will post it.
Three of my photos won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in a “March” photo contest.
You can view the photos at http://www.academyoftheheartandmind.com in their recent issue. Also you can view them on Twitter under the magazine’s name. You may als0 leave a comment.
Thanks to http://www.minutemagazine.org for publishing two of my photos in issue 2. They have great poems, stories, and art.
Check them out and you won’t be disappointed!
“Yummy” was selected out of the 577 submissions for fiction, nonfiction, poetry and art to be published in issue VI.
I’m thrilled to have my work included . Here’s the link:
Today in www.ekphrastic.net my poem “The Family in the Red House” and my photo are published. For those of you who are unsure about ekphrastic poems are written about artwork either the writer’s or some other artist. Stop by and see the magazine.
For those of you who live in New Hampshire the house photo was taken in the town of Washington.
While sitting at the dining room table today and working on my computer I looked out the window and saw this magnificent specimen.
He strutted around our front lawn like he owned the area and looked at me as if to say “I belong here.”
He is the largest turkey I’ve seen this Spring.
Peacock Journal has published my five photos.
I wrote an artist’s view of both the meaning of internal and external beauty which describes my choice of photos.
I would be interested in comments on my website of what you viewers feel about the photographs. You can leave comments on my website or on the Journal.
If any of you are interested in some of my photos as a note card or to purchase let me know.
I just received word that four of my photos have been selected for publication on February 13th for Peacock Journal.
It’s a magazine of poems, short stories, and art all related to beauty. It’s very attractive and they occasionally publish a printed copy.
When it’s out I will send a link so that you can view my acceptance.
Poetry Pacific just published four of my photos for their November 2016 issue. I’m proud to be included in this issue since they only publish April and November issues each year. Therefore the competition is tight.
So take a look and see what you think.
Here’s a link to my recent acceptance of photos: http://poetrypacific.blogspot.com/2016/11/4-photos-by-pat-stpierre.html