My first poetry collection titled WHAT SUITS A NUDIST is published!
Here is a description from the Clare Songbirds Publishing House:
“To read Lois Bassen’s poetry is to be led by a priestess into a place that is part laboratory, part seraglio, part garden, part observatory and part weapons forge. This learned lady with the nicely turned ankle will show you her intricate and ingenious machines, that contain a bronze and amethyst bird that will sing on the hour. Mistress of metamorphosis, blue-stocking, dangerous mother and wry comedian, she’ll carry you off if you’re not careful.”
~Frederick Turner, Founders Professor, School of Arts & Humanities, UT Dallas
You can order the book by following this link:
9/15/19 “Finding Factors of Very Large Prime Numbers” accepted by thricefiction.com and will in late December or early January in 2020.
9/9/19 “Resistance to Decoherence” was accepted by Berlin’s www.thewildword.com
8/30/19 Woven Tale Press accepted “Denatural Selection”. This is especially nice because the fiction editor was a creator of the Ploughshares magazine.
3 pieces of poetry news beyond the book/collection:
9/19/19 “Poet’s Tachycardia” will appear in the British 12/15/2019 Issue 40 of The Blue Nib https://thebluenib.com/
9/13/19 “Ebbtide” was accepted by Gyroscope Review http://gyroscopereview.com
Press nominated “Where the Well Was – 2017” for the 2019 Best of Net http://bit.ly/2k9PElm
My short story Thaw was chosen to appear in the 10th anniversary issue of the Westchester Review.
The issue is available through Amazon