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More happy news on the acceptance and publication of the work of some of our members. WWOT is thrilled to announce the following successes:
Rosalyn Marhatta’s poem “Shark Snark” has been selected to be on a poster in Winston-Salem as part of Poetry In Plain Sight. Also, two of Rosalyn’s poems, “Earth Mother” and “Sunburn and Hot Sauce” appear in Living Poetry Now, a new online poetry anthology.
Sheryl Rider’s essay “Little White Girl” has been accepted by the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature to be published in October.
Jean Rodenbough’s poem, “Katie Sings to the Neighborhood,” was accepted by Wild Goose Poetry Review.
Jean Rodenbough will be the featured poet at Tate Street Coffeehouse on Saturday, June 22, at 7:00pm. Open mic follows. Bring your work to share and join us.
Melissa Hassard’s poem, “She Runs” was published in the new online journal, When Women Waken.
Melissa Hassard’s poem, “I’ve decided to name your kisses,” was accepted for publication in Iodine Poetry Journal, a print journal, and will appear this fall.