A list of my publication credits throughout the years.
The poem "Dreaming, Waking" set to choral music by Sarah Marze, premiere at the Leroy Anderson House on August 27, 2023.
The poem "Learning to Ride" in Connecticut Bards, 2023.
The poem "Archetype" in New Square magazine, Spring, 2023.
The poem "Shadow" on the Parks and Points website, April 28, 2023.
The poem "Said the Foster Parent" for the Annie C. Courtney Foundation to honor Foster Care Month (May) 2023.
The poem "Dust" in musician Sarah Marze's book Let Us Sing!, poems set to music for young voices, October 7, 2022.
Lines in Kwame Alexander's crowdsourced poem for NPR, "Love, Me," July 28, 2022.
"The Feast" and "The Turning" (poems), Poetry Reading Online, an Anthology from Around the World, 2022.
"Holy Tuesday, April 3," meditation, Ashes to Alleluia, St. John's Parish on the Green, Waterbury, CT 2007.
“Cuchulainn” (poem) in Angel Animals, published by Linda and Allen Anderson, 2007.
"First Robin," poem, laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Spring 2007.
"My Daughter Wants a Dog," book review, laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Fall 2005.
“Walk Easy” (poem) in God’s Messengers: What Animals Teach Us About the Divine,” published by Linda and Allen Anderson, 2003.
“Everyone Has a Star Inside” (essay) Healthbridge, Waterbury Hospital, Volume XIII, No. 3, Fall 2003.
“A Late Winter Grammar” (poem), Manzanita, Poetry & Prose of the Mother Lode & Sierra, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 4, 2002.
American Irish Newsletter, 1992-2002
The Newsletter was the publication of the American Irish Political Education Committee, a grassroots activist organization that worked through the American democratic process to influence US policy with regard to Ireland. I worked full-time with the PEC after I completed my MA until I moved on to work as a newspaper writer closer to home. This volunteer group worked tirelessly--and effectively--to address negative stereotypes about the American Irish, to inform members about the contributions of Irish immigrants to the development of this nation, and to influence elected officials to take informed, ethical positions when it was time to act on American-Irish political issues.
Review of In Our Strange Gardens in Whistling Shade, St. Paul, MN, Summer 2002.
"Mostly Water," "Derby Day," and "Two Crows" (poems) in Whistling Shade, St. Paul, MN, Spring 2002.
"The Deer" (short story), in Whistling Shade, St. Paul, MN, Fall 2001.
"Walk Easy" (poem), laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Fall 2001.
"A Late Winter Grammar" (poem), Manzanita: Literary Journal of the Mother Lode and Sierra, San Andreas, CA, Vol. 4, October 2001.
"The Sound Was a Sea," "Walk in the Garden," and "Song" (poems), in Whistling Shade, St. Paul, MN, Summer 2001.
“Heather” (poem), The Larcom Review, A Journal of the Arts and Literature of New England, The Larcom Press, Prides Crossing, MA, Vol. 2, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2000.
"Winter Sound" (poem), Poetry Motel Wallpaper Series, Duluth, MN, Winter 2000.
"Easter Without Text" (poem), laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Fall 2000.
Review of Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac, laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Summer 2000.
“Ireland Struggles with a Reluctant Peace” (essay) Connecticut Review, Volume XXII, No. 1, Spring 2000, with Charles P. Mullaney.
"Dogs in the Manger" (poem), laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Winter 1999.
"For Connecticut Beavers, It's the Pipe System or be Dammed" (magazine article), laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Spring 1999.
"Cuchulainn" (poem), laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Summer 1998.
"An Irish Family Struggles to Green an Irish Mountain" (article) laJoie and Company, Batesville, VA, Spring 1998.
"Seven Wild Turkeys" and 'Sea Shells" (poems), Poets' Paper, Easton, PA, 1998.
"Plymouth" (magazine article) Cape Cod Guide, South Chatham, MA, Summer 1998.
“Our Hope of You Is Steadfast” (fiction), Penworks, Trumbull (Connecticut) Arts Festival, 1997. (honorable mention)
"Connecticut" (poem), International Poets, Peterborough, England, 1997.
"The Bridgewater Mill" (essay), Bridgewater Historical Society, Bridgewater, CT, 1996. (contest winner)
"Recollection" (poem). Pathfinders, Peterborough, England, 1995.
“Funding the Movement” (fiction), Waterford Review, Waterford, Ireland, 1994. (first place)
And, Though Gentle (play) (unpublished) 1994.
“World War Won” (poem), Struggle Magazine, Detroit, MI, 1994.
“The Making a Woman” (play), Struggle Magazine, Detroit, MI, 1993; Schmaga, Vallejo, CA, July 1994; and Common Lives Quarterly, Iowa City, IO, Issue 53.
“An American Injustice: Irish Political Prisoner Joseph Patrick Doherty” (essay) The Columbia Undergraduate Journal of Law and Public Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 1989.