Publications

 

Stone Wall

Previous Publications
by Brenda Davis Harsham

   Obfuscate, Skate Away From The Truth, a line contributed to the Epic Presidential Poem: The Trump Years published at Footnote 33 in February 2017 by Epic Protest Poems (Editor: Ivy Page).

America the Beautiful, a poem translated into German and published in February 2017 by Briefe aus Amerika (Übersetzung: Claudia Toman).

America the Beautiful, a poem published in February 2017 by Writers Resist, a literary collective born of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.

   Waiting for 18, a poem published in January 2017 by Silver Birch Press for its ME, AT 17 Poetry and Prose Series.

   Only One Hat Fits, a poem published in December 2016 by Silver Birch Press for its ME, IN A HAT Poetry and Prose Series.

Two autumn haiku published in December 2016 in Autumnventure, a global gallery collected by Carol Vasalona.

   Seed for Thought, a poem published November 2016 in the Best of Today’s Little Ditty Anthology: 2014-2015 (Volume 1).  I’m honored to have my poem selected out of hundreds written in response to challenges by established authors and illustrators including Lee Bennett Hopkins, J. Patrick Lewis, Bob Raczka, and Rebecca M. Davis.

   Heyday’s Past, a poem published in November 2016 in Issue Six, Ekphrasia, of Mannequin Haus.

   Shop is for Boys, a poem published in October 2016 by Silver Birch Press for its Prized Possession Poetry and Prose Series.

   Drought is About, a poem published in October 2016 in Summerscapes, a global gallery collected by Carol Vasalona.

   Sister Blue, a poem, is forthcoming in December 2016 from Awake, an anthology published by the NY Literary Magazine.

   If I Remembered My Dreams, a poem published in October 2016 by Silver Birch Press for its If I Poetry and Prose Series.

   Moving with a Siamese Cat, a poem published in August 2016 by Silver Birch Press for its When I Moved Poetry and Prose Series.

   Twenty Minutes at Horseneck Beach, Mass., a poem published in August 2016 by Silver Birch Press for its Beach and Pool Memories Poetry and Prose Series.

   This is just to say…, a poem published in August 2016 for UK National Poetry Day, by poet, blogger and NPD Ambassador Liz Brownlee.

   Cultivar, a poem published in July 2016 in Spring’s Seeds, a global gallery collected by Carol Vasalona.

   Colonize, a poem published in May 2016 Today’s Little Ditty Wrap-Up by Michelle Barnes.

   Children of Privilege, an excerpt of a poem featured in May 2016 Today’s Little Ditty by Michelle Barnes.

   True Friendship in Four Haiku, a poem featured in April 2016 My Juicy Little Universe by Heidi Mordhorst.

   Echoes, a poem featured in April 2016 Today’s Little Ditty by Michelle Barnes.

   Spun Sugar Trees, a poem published 2015 in Winter Wanderings, a global gallery collected by Carol Vasalona.

   Don’t Look, a poem published in February 2016 Found Object Poem Project by Laura Shovan.

   Summer Vacation!?, a poem featured in January 2016 Today’s Little Ditty by Michelle Barnes.

   Autumn Enchants, a poem published 2015 in Autumn’s Palette, a global gallery collected by Carol Vasalona.

   Seed for Thought, a poem featured in November 2015 Today’s Little Ditty by Michelle Barnes.

   Snow Queen, a haibun published 2015 in The Writing Garden, Issue 6, editor, Suzy Hazelwood.

   Mountain Cloudburst, a poem published 2015 in Summer Splashings Gallery, collected by Carol Vasalona.

   Spring Crescendo, a poem published 2015 in Spring’s Symphony, a global gallery collected by Carol Vasalona.

   White Butterfly Dream, a poem published 2015 in The Writing Garden, Issue 2, editor, Suzy Hazelwood.

   The Day the Dragon Flew up the Chimney, a short story published 2013 in The Paperbook Collective, Issue 3.

   Too Big for my Past, a poem published 2013 in wePoets Show It! 

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