Just another writer of the gazillions salmoning it upstream...without an MFA. Works in progress: a novel, essays, short stories, poems. Poetry is my original state of everything.
Last Updated October 7, 2015 | B L O G Advice for Poets: an Interview with Tomás Q. Morín
N E W S
- My new poem "Longing Town" was a featured poem on the Poets Bridge site of Brooklyn Poets, Oct 11.
- I have three poems forthcoming this December from Superstition Review.
- My flash fiction story, "Gentlemen," will appear in the December 2015 issue of Literary Orphans.
P A S T N E W S
- I was a finalist for the first annual Russell & Rich Scholarship with Poets on the Coast, held September 11-13 in La Conner, WA. My ekphrastic poem "After the Flood" appears at MONA/The Museum of Northwest Art on their website.
- With two others, my noun-to-verb conversion of the word "schadenfreude" won the quarterly "Back Talk: a Conversation about Words" over at The American Scholar. Ralph Keyes chose the winners.
- My short story, "Their Hearts Were Bronze," has tied for 1st place in the fiction category in the Whidbey Island Writer's Association's 2013 Spirit of Writing Contest.
- A short piece I wrote about "The Place Where You Live," featuring my home of Whidbey Island, appeared in the January/February 2014 issue of Orion.
- I was interviewed by Katie Woodzick at Hedgebrook, the women's writing retreat on Whidbey Island, WA, about the craft of writing, poetry, and VORTEXT, their annual conference at the Whidbey Institute. Read it on the Hedgebrook blog.