I haven't posted here for a while, but, since I checked back, maybe some of the others who left will do the same and find some interest in hearing what I've been doing. I have been fortunate to have a few pieces accepted for publication and thought I would start with these.
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Worst case scenario: No one remembers me or cares, but they still may find it useful to know which journals are presently open and active.
So be sure to watch the poetry space from Poeteye -- now calling myself Bard Of Mars.
My haiku still orbits the Red Planet aboard NASA's MAVEN spacecraft.
Also, last year, I was a scheduled speaker at EuroScience Open Forum last year. I flew to Toulouse, France, and read my science poetry before international scientists and the actual Troubadours -- Europe's oldest poetic organization -- in their founding city. Two wonderful results:
I was introduced to dozens of prestigious European figures as an American poet, and not one of them ever asked, "So what do you do for a living?"
I was invited back, as a regular guest to this biennial event (next held in Trieste, Italy).
I hope I will hear from some of my old friends here, but I'll also be happy to make new ones.
The quickest way for me to learn something new is to first understand why I'd like to learn it.