Poem published in Star*Line

My poem “Race to the End” has been published in the latest quarterly edition of Star*Line (38.4, October 2015). I’ve received my digital copy and am looking forward to receiving a contributor’s copy for my library. And to reading the rest of the magazine.

About Star*Line:
“In January 1978, Suzette Haden Elgin founded the Science Fiction Poetry Association [SFPA], along with its two visible cornerposts: the Rhysling Awards and the association’s newsletter, Star*Line.    Star*Line has become not only an SFPA forum and networking tool, but a literary magazine for poets of the genre persuasion: imaginative poetry from hard science fiction to high fantasy, from the macabre to straight science, and from rigid formalism to experimental and surrealist works.”

Earlier poems of mine that were published by SFPA can be found here.

3 thoughts on “Poem published in Star*Line

    1. Thanks so much! It’s only a little 3-liner, but I like it. 🙂 Once the next issue has come out (it’s a quarterly), I’ll probably add it to the appropriate page on this blog.

      Every once in a while I think about doing another chapbook, which I haven’t done since 1990 or 1991, since it would be so much easier to reproduce in ebook, even though I still have the paper cutter, long-armed stapler, etc., to do paper copies again. But I only made a couple hundred dollars off of them, and I had much more interest in writing at the time (and my writing was more cohesive, so I could do themed collections).

      At the beginning (late 60s-70s)I only submitted poems to find out whether anyone else thought they were good. Having established that, I pretty much wrote for myself and didn’t think about it again for the longest time. Wrote a lot of bespoke stuff, though.

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