Ring a bell...
Three of my poems will appear in a 2011 ezine edition of Grey Sparrow Journal. The journal was recently honored as The Best New Literary Journal by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ.)
The poems address issues affecting the human condition. Jellyfish Dance captures a parent’s struggle with addiction. In Dream House, illusions are shattered by domestic violence. Stretched wraps it’s arms around a single mother suffering from post-partum depression.
It’s been twenty years since I submitted poetry. Consequently, it’s been twenty-one years since I was published. I was waiting for something… which apparently occurred.
Go to www.startribune.com/entertainment/books/113045624.html for an article on Grey Sparrow’s award.
Causes Jules Jacob Supports
CASA of Southwest Missouri, Master Gardeners of the Ozarks, University of Missouri Master Gardeners, Missouri Court Appointed Special Advocates Association...