a gathering of links 3


We continue to share links sent to us by authors whose work has appeared in Heron Tree.  We will return to publishing new poems in October, but in the interim we hope you will enjoy these weekly offerings.

Donna Vorreyer (“Surviving a Midwestern Winter“) is the author of A House of Many Windows, which you can order from Sundress Publications. You could also read her review of Darling Hands, Darling Tongue by Sally Rosen Kindred.

Brian Simoneau (“Late March“) let us know that a poem of his—“My Daughter Gathers Rocks Wherever She Goes“—appears in the latest issue of Southern Humanities Review, and his book River Bound is available from C&R Press.

Eric Nelson (“Drought“) points us to two of his poems: “Twenty-Five O’Clock” at The Sun and “Apostrophe to the Apostrophe,” originally published in Poetry, at the Poetry Foundation.

Jeremy Windham (“Transfiguration“) was named to the Best New Poets 2014 list for his poem “After the Funeral,” which was published in The Lake (scroll to the bottom of the linked page to read it). His “Adagio di molto” appears in Cider Press Review.

Chloe Hanson (“Self Portrait in Shadow“) has a poem—“Drowning“—in Four Ties Lit Review, and her work is forthcoming in Red Cedar Review.

Grant Clauser (“Sick House“) is the author of Necessary Myths, which was reviewed at Philadelphia Stories. At Cheat River Review, you can find two poems by Grant: “Morning Under The Osprey” and “Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.”

Janeen Pergrin Rastall (“Imprinting“) sent us a link to five of her poems at The Poetry Storehouse, where you can read them, listen to them, and even watch two videos for one of them, “When asked about my inner goddess.” Janeen’s chapbook In the Yellowed House is available from dancing girl press; the link includes ordering information and a poem from the collection.

Lucas Jacob (“Not Seeing the River“) wrote a review of The Trials of Edgar Poe and Other Poems by Ned Balbo for STUDIO. You can read his poem—“Declaring Victory“—at eclectica poetry.