TA DA! Today is the cover reveal for my new book that will be out this summer. Thank you so much to Michelle Goodhew from Mundus Media Inc for the cover art and to Jeremy John Parker for the reference blurb.
The cover is below front and front and back and one small tease. This is being shown on several blogs today. Below that is my bio and social media links.
K. D. Rose is a poet and author. K. D.’s book, Inside Sorrow, won Readers Favorite Silver Medal for Poetry. Her poetry, essays, and short stories have been published in Word Riot, Chicago Literati, Poetry Breakfast, BlazeVOX Journal, Ink in Thirds, The Nuclear Impact Anthology, Stray Branch Magazine, Literary Orphans, and others. Publication is forthcoming in Eastern Iowa Review, Lunch Ticket Arts and Literary Magazine, Santa Fe Literary Magazine, Northern Virginia Review, Hermes Poetry Magazine, Maintenant Contemporary Dada Magazine, Slipstream, Wild Women’s Medicine Circle Journal, and The 2016 Paragram Press Anthology. She also won an Honorable Mention in the 2016 New Millennium Writings Poetry Contest. Her last release was Brevity of Twit. Her new book DreamPoem will be out in summer 2017. She has a B.S. in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Member: Poetry Society of America. Member: Poets and Writers. Member: Academy of American Poets.
TESLA: Issue #28, Published 2-28-2017
—is now live on Literary Orphans! Please go check it out!
The new issue of Literary Orphans is now out. Literary Orphans is a digital magazine and free so you can click the link and go to the magazine which has lots of good stuff, including my poem published in it!
One of my poems was just accepted by the magazine Maintenant. Maintenant is an annual magazine of contemporary DADA art and literature. I am so excited to be in this. The issue comes out in June, but I have a sneak peak for you of the cover. My piece will be in here!
I just received this from the Editor-in-Chief of Chicago Literati!
I absolutely LOVED your essay! Your writing style reminds me a bit of Milan Kundera. It’s my personal pleasure to announce that your essay will be published today on Chicago Literati.
You’ll receive a link to your published short story within the hour.
Your essay was published today on Chicago Literati! We’ve provided you with a link to your work so you can share it with your loved ones.
As mentioned previously, I have some new work coming out in literary journals. One of them came out today and has two of my poems in it! It isn’t free so I can’t show you the poetry but its a great journal so support literary efforts and buy a copy if you can! I can show you the cover though! They have published my poems Emergence and Green Language. The magazine is called Ink In Thirds. If you buy the print version, you get the digital version free!
Cover reveal Issue 8 December 1, 2016. Photo by @circleMstudios
I won an Honorable Mention for New Millennium Writings POETRY Award. This means I did not win or make finalist but I did make honorable mention out of tons of people and poetry. The list is below. Waaaaaay down you will see K.D. Rose. Also I have included a Wikipedia Blurb about New Millennium Writings. They are a very old established Poetry Magazine. This is very cool!
Adele M. Bourne
Terry S. Johnson
Naomi Ruth Lowinsky
Mara Adamitz Scrupe
“New Millennium Writings is an American literary magazine published in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is the second oldest literary magazine in Tennessee and has the largest circulation of any literary magazine in that state. The magazine was established in 1996 by Don Williams, who currently serves as editor-in-chief. The magazine carries fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction by up-and-coming writers. It features profiles, interviews, and essays on famous writers, such as Cormac McCarthy, Joyce Carol Oates, John Updike, Ken Kesey, Sarah Cornwell, Shozan Jack Haubner, and others. The Writer named New Millennium Writings the “breakthrough journal of the year” in 2008. Work that has appeared in the magazine has been republished in the O. Henry Prize Anthology, Best New Stories from the South, and the Pushcart Prize collection.
The magazine hosts semi-annual contests in fiction, very short fiction, creative essays and poetry. Among past winners are Robert Clark Young, Laura S. Distelheim, Morgan McDermott, and Vivian Shipley’.” -Via Wikipedia