Recently my boss told me I should try Wegman’s pistachio ice cream and I really like my job so I bought some. “It will change your life,” he said. I should note that I am not a huge fan of ice cream. I know. I would rather eat a big bowl of gravy. I also … More How Wegman’s Pistachio Ice Cream Changed My Life: A Review
I am so happy to have three poems up at Ragazine! Click the link.
Poem “The Happy Genius of My Household” and other poems up at Eunoia Review. Source: The Happy Genius of My Household
Source: My Soul
Originally posted on Slink Chunk Press:
by Heather Dorn Close your eyes. You don’t have to try to think of her, she just appears, across the table in Composition Theory on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Try to get into her group. Sit at the outskirts quietly while a curtain of brown hair lets in the sun…
“How to Name Your Daughter” – prose poem – is up at Digging Through the Fat. I really love this one and am so glad they are featuring it today. http://diggingthroughthefat.com/2015/03/04/stories-no-22-heather-dorn/
I have another poem up at Barking Sycamores: “Family Portrait” https://barkingsycamores.wordpress.com/2015/02/24/family-portrait-heather-dorn/ One more poem is coming out in this issue of Barking Sycamores and I also have work forthcoming in print in Metonym, Helen, and The Paterson Literary Review.
Another of my poems is up at Barking Sycamores: https://barkingsycamores.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/how-to-be-manic-heather-dorn/ I love the layout of releasing a new work every few days.
My poem “What Kind of Person Are You?: Take the Quiz” is up at Barking Sycamores: https://barkingsycamores.wordpress.com/category/issue-four/ 3 more to come in the near future.
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