SFPA March 2022 Round-Up

What have:

SFPA’s members been up to as winter’s turned to spring this year? The following!


Brian U. Garrison

poem, “A Lasting Impression,” PaperBound Magazine, Spring 2022, https://paperboundmag.com/issues

Deborah L. Davitt

2 poems, spec, “We Feed on Stone and Light,” and “Seeds of the World Tree,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March/April 2022, http://fandsf.com/

poem, spec, “The Architect,” JOURN-E: The Journal of Imaginative Literature, vol. 1, no. 1, March 20, 2022, https://mindseye.us.com/index.html

Linda D. Addison

2 poems, “MetaGender Machine” & “Neo-Americans,” Black Fire—This Time, Willow Books, March 15, 2022,, https://willowlit.net/black-fire-this-time-2021/

Eugen Bacon

2 prose poems, “listening for rain,” and “Bones on her bed,” Live Encounters Magazine, April 2022, https://liveencounters.net/

Akua Lezli Hope

3 poems, “Igbo Landing”, “Igbo Landing 2” & “On Design”, Black Fire—This Time, Willow Books, March 15, 2022, http://www.aquariuspress.myShopify.com

2 poems, “sky memorial” & “you cannot know us”, Scifaikuest, February 2022, print, https://www.hiraethsffh.com/product-page/scifaikuest-february-2022-edited-by-t-santitoro

Wendy Van Camp

poem, “Cats Are Not Allowed In Paradise”, The Junction, March 2022, https://medium.com/the-junction/cats-are-not-allowed-in-paradise-2db964fff3

Lorraine Schein

poem, “From the Drowned,” Extinction Notice: Tales of a Warming Earth, Silver Sword Press, March 23, 2022, https://www.amazon.com/Extinction-Notice-Tales-Warming-Earth/dp/0578262851

Ken Poyner

2 poems, non- genre, web, “Competence” & “Exploring”, Furious Gazelle, 3/2/2022, http://www.thefuriousgazelle.com

2 poems, non- genre, web, “Free Will” & “Liberation”, The Rat’s Ass Review, 3/16/2022; http://www.ratsassreview.net

Sarah Webb

reading, “The Doorway Into Night”, Scissortail Creative Writing Festival, East Central University, Ada, OK, April 1, 2022 at 11AM CDT, ecuscissortail.blogspot.com

poem, “To Robert Bly”, Just This, January 2022, https://justthiszen.blogspot.com/2022/01/to-robert-bly.html

poem and process conversation, “Time Lapse,” Texas Poetry Assignment, November 19, 2021, https://www.texaspoetryassignment.org/time/time-lapse?rq=Sarah%20Webb

poem, “Bottle,” Truancy 9, July 2021, https://truancymag.com/2021/07/31/truancy-9-july-2021/

M. C. Aster

2 poems, non-genre, ebook and print, “Endless Beginnings” & “All the Way Till Morning,” WayWords/The Writers Workout, Issue 5, Spring 2022, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09SGKN8DB/

Melanie Stormm

9 poems, “A Week in the Life of Tryxy”, File 770, March 14, 2022, https://file770.com/emails-from-lake-woe-is-me-bonus-fit-number-two/

Michael H. Payne

poem, Terebinth, page 1,666, http://pandora.xepher.net/terebinth/tbarchiv/20220328.html

PS Cottier

poem, untitled scifaiku, AntipodeanSF Issue 282, March 2022 https://www.antisf.com.au

Kim Malinowski

poem, “Oh, Vincent,” Thimble, Spring 2022, thimblelitmag.com

3 poems, “Fang,” Bower” & “Ritual,”, Born of the Moon, Mythos Poets Society, Dec 2021, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09PJ5V373/

2 poems, “Blue” & “Boxers and Beer,” Throats to the Sky, March 2022 https://www.throatstothesky.com/ttts-mag-winter2022/ 

prose poem, “Summoning,” Silver Blade #52, Feb 2022, https://www.silverblade.net/2022/02/summoning/

E.F. Schraeder

poem, “Returning to Narnia,” NonBinary Review, issue 27, https://www.zoeticpress.com/branded-merch/nonbinary-review-issue-27-shared-worlds-1

Mary Soon Lee

poem,  “The Libraries of Mars,”  Analog, March/April 2022, https://www.analogsf.com/

poem, “How to Construct the Elements,” Asimov’s, March/April 2022, http://www.asimovs.com/

poem, “Jingwei Tries to Fill Up the Sea,” Uncanny Magazine #45, March/April 2022, https://uncannymagazine.com/issues/uncanny-magazine-issue-forty-five/

Koji A. Dae

poem, “Evolutionary Fears”, Short Edition, March 2022, https://short-edition.com/en/story/poetry/evolutionary-fears

Marisca Pichette

poem, “Powder Tracks,” SNACK, Issue 37, March 2022, https://issuu.com/snack_mag/docs/snack_issue_37_d

poem, “And it dries and dries,” Haven Spec Magazine, Issue 3, March 2022, https://www.havenspec.com/and-it-dries-and-dries

poem, “Ishi,” Wood Cat Review, March 2022, https://www.woodcatreview.com/marisca-pichette?utm_campaign=62afa44e-ca32-4849-8eae-ded889325eb1&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&cid=8acefd53-9e6c-4bb0-b344-afa6724ee631

Ann K. Schwader & Deborah P Kolodji

rengay, “Too Much Night,” Under the Basho, March 8, 2022, https://tinyurl.com/bdhpa3h6

Carolyn Clink

poem, “Necklace,” Frost Zone Zine, Spring 2022, https://frostzonezine.com/issue-6/

Colleen Anderson

chained scifaiku, Elementals, Journ-E Vol. 1 #1, Mind’s Eye Publications, Mar. 2022, https://mindseye.us.com/JOURN-E/?fbclid=IwAR2Cg9QwiNdAqF1-KlVOlyIDKdFAuChctUS49Ys5oSD4YOMEBmP9w0QIRkg

Richard Leis

poem, “ad perficiendum,” Impossible Archetype, Issue 11, 31 March 2022, https://impossiblearchetype.wordpress.com/11-2/

Katherine Quevedo

poem (reprint), genre, “Sonnet of the South American Sphinx,” Latinx Lit Mag, March 16, 2022, http://latinxlitmag.com/poetry-sonnet-of-the-south-american-sphinx-by-katherine-quevedo/

interview, Latinx Lit Mag, March 16, 2022, http://latinxlitmag.com/behind-the-scenes-with-katherine-queued-author-of-sonnet-of-the-south-american-sphinx/

workshop, “Writing Your Obsessions: Unlock the Secret to Unique, Inspired Writing,” Tigard Public Library, Tigard, OR, March 28, 2022, https://www.tigard-or.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/1031

poem, non-genre, “Lanterns at Dusk,” Kingdoms in the Wild, March 31, 2022, https://kingdomsinthewild.com/weekly-poetry-2020/2020/2/6/katherinequevedo

reading, “Katherine Quevedo Reading,” Flights of Foundry, April 8, 2022, https://flights-of-foundry.org/schedule-2/

panel with Bogi Takács, Akua Lezli Hope, and Wendy Van Camp, “The State of Speculative Poetry,” Flights of Foundry, April 10, 2022, https://flights-of-foundry.org/schedule-2/

Lori R. Lopez

poem, print, genre, “Woman Walking”, JOURN-E: The Journal of Imaginative Literature, vol.1, no. 1, https://www.amazon.com/Journ-Journal-Imaginative-Literature-Equinox/dp/1736711458

5 poems, genre, “Random Voodoo”, “Half Past Forever”, “Dusk”, “Security”, and “Doomed Horizon”, The Sirens Call, Issue 57, Spring 2022, http://www.sirenscallpublications.com/pdfs/SirensCallEZine_Spring2022.pdf

poem, genre, “Warped”, Aphelion Webzine, March 2022, http://www.aphelion-webzine.com/poetry/2022/03/Warped.html

Richard Magahiz

poem, genre, “[the same energy],” Uppagus, Issue 50, https://uppagus.com/poems/magahiz-same/

poem, genre, “Born to shed fire,” Simultaneous Times newsletter #23, March 2022, https://spacecowboybooks.com/free-content/

3 poems, genre, “Mendel’s hammer,” “live rounds,” and “Silicon Mare,” Chrome Baby Bairn 109, 14 March 2022, https://robindunn.com/bairn109.html

Earl Livings

2 haiku, “birds at dawn” and “on the tip”, Shamrock Haiku, Issue 47, https://shamrockhaiku.webs.com/currentissue.htm

haiku, “the whispering”, Stardust Haiku, Issue 63, https://tinyurl.com/skzbywnn

Lisa Timpf

poem, spec, “Comedy Night at the Magic Cafe,” Spaceports and Spidersilk, Hiraeth Publishing, February 2022, https://www.hiraethsffh.com/product-page/spaceports-spidersilk-february-2022-edited-by-marcie-lynn-tentchoff

Anna Cates

Japanese short form crafting article & poem, Drifting Sands 14, March 2022, https://drifting-sands-haibun.org/3/2022/when-the-cracked-teacup-screams/ & https://drifting-sands-haibun.org/3/2022/somewhere-out-there/

poem, CHO 18.1, March 2022, https://contemporaryhaibunonline.com/cho-18-1-table-of-contents/ann-cates-the-snare/

haiku, Failed Haiku 7.76, https://www.haikuhut.com/FailedHaikuIssue76.pdf

haiku, Nick Virgilio Haiku Association, Virgilio Blog: News & Poetry, Haiku in Action, March 15-21, 2022, https://www.nickvirgiliohaiku.org/?fbclid=IwAR1co7QKR8-9w8AFw5zjSIrfq22TxmgBhv51i946MGRkW1oWCVgXc10yyNs

Gerri Leen

poem, “Final Resting Place,” Strange Horizons, 7 March 2022 issue, http://strangehorizons.com/poetry/final-resting-place/

poem, “Reflecting the World,” The First Line, Vol 24, Issue 1, Spring 2022, http://bluecubiclepress.com/TFLspring2022.htm

Meg Smith

6 poems, “Secret Eclipse,” “The Wintering Fox,” “Prayer for the Swarm,” “The Amphibian Legacy,” “The Singing Lake,” and “In the Best Blood,” Altered Reality Magazine, March 6, 2022, https://bit.ly/37bXpzv

poem, “My Daughter, in Her Silver Sky,” Aphelion, March 2022, https://bit.ly/3vJIWFc

poem, “Ducks in Heaven,” The Lowell Review, Spring 2022, https://issuu.com/thelowellreview

poem, “Bast of Martyrs,” Frost Zone Zine, Spring 2022, https://bit.ly/3KvhD5l

2 poems, “When First You Were Haunted” and “The White Trail,” Thirteen Myna Birds, March 2022, https://bit.ly/3uak8Vi

4 poems, “Shadow Wife,” “Worm Moon,” “The Spotted Dragon,” and “A History of Vampires,” Raven Cage Issue 67, https://bit.ly/3JbmIPj

poem, “A Hunger of Seasons,” Aphelion, April 2022, https://bit.ly/3KaVgCF

3 poems, “From the Spring Window,” “Tomb of the Crocodiles,” and “Kerouac’s Birds,” Starlite Virtual Poetorium, March 2022, https://bit.ly/3qZ7HJZ

2 poems, “The Anatomist’s Notebook” and “Slumber of Familiars,” Sirens Call, Spring 2022 https://bit.ly/35EmJxp

Deborah P Kolodji

4 haiku/senryu, “twist and shout,” “early spring,” “seismograph,” “Landsat 9”, Fireflies Light, March 2022, https://www.mobap.edu/about-mbu/publications/fireflies-light/

haiku, print, “fallen chimney,” Mariposa, Spring 2022, https://www.hpnc.org/mariposa

haiku, “campfire,” Brass Bell, April 2002, http://brassbellhaiku.blogspot.com/2022/04/haiku-happiness.html

3 haiku, print, “canyon layers,” “lull tide,” “dogwood blossoms,” Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2022, http://www.wildgraces.com/Akitsu-Quarterly.html

haiku, “pond ripples,” Haiku Dialogue, 3/23/2022, https://thehaikufoundation.org/haiku-dialogue-finding-peace-and-contemplation-in-quiet-spaces-in-a-cloister/

featured reading, “A Garden of Verses,” California Botanic Garden Zoom Event, 4/2/2022, https://www.calbg.org/event/a-virtual-garden-of-verses-040222


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