Flash Fiction/Prose Poems
The Sand Poet– coming out in literary journal Lalitamba, issue #6 release date January 8, 2014.
“Lalitamba is a bold and innovative journal for liberation.From page to page, you’ll find the writings of saints, wanderers, prison inmates, and award-winning novelists. These are the mystics of our generation. They challenge us to live and to love without hesitation.The journal includes fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, translation, and artwork.Lalitamba was inspired by travels through India. The name Lalitamba comes from a devotional song. It means Divine Mother.” – Poets & Writers
Sea Murals- debuted in the “Front Porch” issue of literary journal American Athenaeum, April 2013.
“American Athenaeum is a cultural magazine that features fiction, poetry, essays, opinion, author book reviews, and other literary contributions. Each journal explores the world of words like a patron explores a museum—by offering a view of the past, right up until the present. We consider this journal to be a museum of artistic endeavors, filled with cultural appreciation and stories that not only teach, but demonstrate the frailty of the human condition.” – Writers & Poets
Haiku Hijiri– Will debut in upcoming 2014 issue of Lalitamba.
The Literary Hotel-pending
The Lace Vendedora-pending
Travel Writing (non-fiction)
Trade Journals (non-fiction)
Lan, article: “Building Safety Into Skatepark Construction”, 2009
Concrte Wave, article: “The New Cooldown” January issue, 2008
Concrete Decor, article: “Stamped Tiles”, Vol. 5 No. 6 December/January 2006
Historical Novel Society Website, features: “Stories of Serendipity: Writing Historical Fiction Series”
Author Mary Sharratt’s Blog, article: “Yoga & Writing: How Yoga Can Help Your Writing”
Author/Writing Instructor Carol Bodenstien’s Blog, article: “5 Yoga Exercises For Your Writing Routine”
Author/Writing Instructor Carol Bodenstien’s Blog, article: “Walking Meditation for Body and Mind”
Women On Writing, article: “Writing & Yoga Retreats: What are They? How do They Benefit Writers?”
(To read this guest blog post, you now need to scroll to the post dated Dec. 7, 2013 on the WOW blog.)