More Poems Published in Verse-Virtual

I’m happy to share that three of my poems have just been posted in the May 2015 issue of Verse-Virtual. I hope you enjoy them along with works by other poets you may discover there:

http://www.verse-virtual.com/penny-harter-2015-may.html

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About penhart

I am a poet and writer, published widely in journals and anthologies, and my literary autobiography appears as an extended essay in "Contemporary Authors." My poems have recently appeared in "Rattle" ,"Tiferet," and "U.S. 1 Worksheets". Work has also appeared in "The Valparaiso Poetry Review," and "Umbrella." Recent books include 'One Bowl" (2012); "Recycling Starlight" (2010); and "The Night Marsh" (2008).. Earlier collections include "Along River Road"; "Lizard Light: Poems From the Earth"; and "Buried in the Sky." My illustrated alphabestiary for children, "The Beastie Book," was published in the December, 2009, by Shenanigan Books. I have won three poetry fellowships from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, as well as awards from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Mary Carolyn Davies Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America, and the first William O. Douglas Nature Writing Award for my work in the anthology "American Nature Writing 2002." I was invited to be a "featured poet" and read at the 2010 Dodge Poetry Festival, and was awarded a residency / fellowship for January, 2011, at VCCA (Virginia Center for the Creative Arts." I live in the South Jersey shore area, and work as a visiting poet in the schools through programs sponsored by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and various other agencies. I'm still fairly new at blogging and hope to add more graphics, etc., as I learn more.
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2 Responses to More Poems Published in Verse-Virtual

  1. Bill Waters says:

    So strong, Penny; so powerful — wow! I particularly like the sound and image of lilies-of-the-valley “ringing in spring sun” (“Carillon”), the epigrammatic couplet that ends “Remnants”, and the inclusiveness of the final line of “Bluebird”, with its larger spiritual implications.

  2. penhart says:

    Thanks so much, Bill! How thoughtful of you to take the time to read my work and even single out specific lines and images. Your words honor me today 🙂 I hope to find time in June (less busy time) to explore the archives on Verse-Virtual and read the work of many others…as well as read more of your fine work.

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