This blog is a way for friends, editors, and publishers to keep up with my tomfoolery. I hope you find what you are looking for.
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‘Books and Beer’ fundraiser set for Saturday night
By Curt Yeomans
The math might seem unconventional but local writer Mickey Kulp hopes adding books and beer will equal big money that will be used to support co-operative ministry efforts in the Snellville area this weekend.
Denise Powell, founding editor at The Voices Project contacted me today to say my poem 'Prospector' will be published in November 2018. I'll update you when it goes live.
The Voices Project describes themselves as "a non-judgmental venue for women, and also men, to express their personal stories and observations through poetry to promote social change. We publish the work of writers in the United States and international community no matter what their age or background, who might not otherwise have opportunities to share their stories. The hope is to bring the voices of these individuals forward, providing a creative pathway leading to growth and empowerment, and in turn affecting everything within their lives. Although our main focus is on women's literature, we do publish (and celebrate!) the voices of men, as it's important we are all a part of the conversation and mission."
Since I am (rather emphatically) a feller, I am doubly happy they included me. Stay tuned for news in November.
I am happy to announce that I have been accepted on the Georgia Writers Registry. The nontrivial vetting process included an evaluation of credentials by a peer review panel based on a writing sample and the following criteria:
So, the next time you need a roguishly handsome, chiseled specimen of masculinity for your literary event, call someone else. If you need a semi-competent writer, look me up. My fees are reasonable, and I bathe regularly.
I had two poems accepted for electronic and print publication in a fine, literary journal with the stodgy name of Rat's Ass Review.
These are guys after my own heart.
Roderick, the rebellious editor, says: "Rat’s Ass Review is an online poetry journal whose editorial fancies are no more arbitrary than any other; they are simply more overtly so. I publish what I like."
I'll let you now when my poems are ready for your furtive consumption. In the interim, check RAR out HERE.