Six Word Saturday

deep water

Eurydice Has Finally Found Her Home

Finally, after years of rejection & revision & more rejection, my poem Eurydice will find a home in an upcoming issue of Deep Water Literary Journal, available online soon.  

Although the poem’s imagery has its roots in the mythological Orpheus / Eurydice story, it’s really the product of my (sadly) several years living with a blackout Cuervo tequila drinker just before I met My Beloved Sandra. I’d been shopping it around without success for years, trying not to think evil thoughts about the many editors  who passed up the opportunity to publish it.  I’m both pleased and honored that it’s finally found a home. I’ll keep you posted.

This will be my 2nd appearance in DWLJ.  My poem Seeing Margot was in their August 2014 issue. You can read Seeing Margot (and lots of other fine work) HERE.

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Six Words?  Tell them to Call Me Cate at SHOW MY FACE

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17 thoughts on “Six Word Saturday

  1. Congratulations! I want to get back to writing poetry but sadly am having trouble. Just not there yet, I suppose. Good luck with your endeavors!

  2. I enjoyed getting to know Margot a little. The end gave me a jolt, but you meant for it to.

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