POEMS IN LITERARY JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES
BLOOM: After Reading the Magazine on Roses
STILL LIFE, THE BLUE HERON GALLERY: Ode to Logan’s Snowman
CHEMUNG RIVER POEMS: Paradise is Open
ENGLISH JOURNAL: Poetry Lessons for Jane
FACE TO FACE INTERFACE: Aviatrix, Hymenoptera, Little Anarchist
FESTIVAL (Steele Memorial Library):
GOODFOOT: After Bella Died at Cranberry Lake
JABBERWOCK: At the Empty Redemption Center
MILLER’S POND: Mad Money
PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE: On Walking the Tracks and Riding the Train
POET LORE: About the Girl in the Rain, Winter Twilight
RATTLE: The Yellow Kitchen
REPRESENTING REPRESENTATION, ARNOT ART MUSEUM: Algonquin Morning, Wedding Song Sun in a Red Kimono
ROCKFORD REVIEW: Meet Me at the Corner
SAGE DAUGHTERS OF THE MUSES: Old Man and the Sea, En Plein Air, Illuminated Letters, Triptych, St. Laurens Cathedral Medieval Rhapsody
SOUTHERN LITERARY GAZETTE: Some Suggestions for the Favorite Poem Project
THE KALEIDOSCOPE REVIEW: The Ocean Book
THE ROCKFORD REVIEW: Meet Me on the Corner
TWILIGHT ENDING: Illumination
URBAN SPAGHETTI: Song of the Hermit
WHITE HERON: Stringing the Fence
(Note: Some poems are published under the name Margaret K. Menges)
POEMS IN ANTHOLOGIES
DANCING WITH JOY, 99 POEMS, ed. Roger Housden. For Angela
EARTH-SHATTERING POEMS, ed. Liz Rosenberg. ALove Poem
ROOTS AND FLOWERS, POEMS ABOUT FAMILIY, ed. Liz Rosenberg. For Angela, The Winter of Stories
ELMIRA COLLEGE ARTS ALIVE: Into Blue, Poetry and Piano. With Gwen Beckman, Pianist.
WOODBROOK SENIOR RESIDENTS AND COHEN ELEMENTARY STUDENTS: Talking to the Moon.
CHILDREN OF THE SKY. Authorhouse Publishing. Poetry and Art with Kathleen Huddle.
LAMENT’S GROCERY, POETRY OF ELMIRA. FootHills Publishing. LI
Book of Poetry and Art created in collaboration with Kathleen Huddle. (Authorhouse Press)
This books creates a fictional character who jumps time to tell the history of Elmira, NY, my hometown. This books is available through Foothills Publishing.
This poetry chapbook was written by second graders and senior residents of a nursing home. Under the auspices of Community Arts, each group wrote poems based on common themes and shared their work at a festival.
Collaborative Poetry and Piano presentation to Gerswhwin's Rhapsody in Blue. Gwen Beckman, Pianist.
"For Angela" was first published in this amazing anthology.
Has there ever been a time when we are more in need of joy?