Published Works – Novels, Poetry & Short Stories

Published:


2018

On This Path We Travel: Published March 23

Purification Ritual: Published by The Slag Review – April 27

Shark: Published by Cease, Cows – May 13

Green Glass Girl: Published by Moonchild Magazine – May 15

Carolina Hemlock: Published by Linden Avenue Literary Magazine – May 31

my god is a sacred woman: Published by The Cabinet of Heed – June 22

Three Photographs: Published by The Riverbank – July 1st

List of Questions for a Lover: Published by Rose Quartz Journal – July 18

Chamomile: Republished by Porridge Magazine – July 19

Peanuts: Forthcoming in Bye Bye Nite


2017

Mother of Bread & Of Petrichor and Golden Stars: Published by Thistle Magazine in “Growth” March 19

A Poem For Family: Published May 29

The King, The Advisor & The Peasant: Published June 24th

A Mad Woman’s Voice: Published August 10th


2016

What It All Means – The Red Collection : Published February 7th

It Was – A Chapbook: Published March 26th

XII – A Chapbook: Published April

The Days Before My Poetry: Published in Ink Stained Lungs a collaborative zine in July

And So The Stairs Went Up: Published October


2015

The Freedom of April: Published May


2013

A Wordless Tune” Teen Ink Magazine

Philippines” Teen Ink Magazine

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3 thoughts on “Published Works – Novels, Poetry & Short Stories”

  1. Hi,

    I enjoyed reading the article “In Defense of Mr. Rochester.” I have written a poem which covers the same topic, and it appears in my recently released poetry collection, The Jane and Bertha in Me. All poems are based on Jane Eyre. The publisher is Aldrich Press, an imprint of Kelsay Books, an independent publisher.

    You will find a press release followed by an interview on my website, as well as some sample poems throughout. I recently wrote an article which appears on The Literary Ladies Guide to the Writing Life website. The article is titled “Brontë on the Brain: A Bicentennial and an Unsung Hero.”

    I hope you will consider reviewing The Jane and Bertha in Me on your site. The collection is a timely release, as April 21 will mark the bicentennial of Charlotte Brontë’s birth.I look forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely,
    Rita Maria Martinez
    http://www.comeonhome.org/ritamartinez
    @CubanBronteite

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