Let’s Chat with Author David Ellis

Here is an amazing interview that I did over at The Book Smuggler’s Den – hope you enjoy the insight into my writing life! 🙂 The Book Smuggler's Den Hi, Book Smugglers! We’re super excited about giving you the chance to get to know two fantastic authors this week, Cendrine Marrouat and David Ellis. They…

NO FEE submission call + editor interview – Auroras & Blossoms, DEADLINE: Dec. 15, 2019

Originally posted on Trish Hopkinson:
Auroras & Blossoms is a new electronic poetry journal. They are family friendly, publishing “positive poetry / content. Positive as in stimulating, optimistic, confident, uplifting, inspirational.” They accept work from adult writers/poets and teen poets (13 – 16). You can subscribe to their PDF issues and support their publishing endeavors here.…

My Poem in Auroras & Blossoms!

Originally posted on CHRISTIE STRATOS:
What better way is there to start October than with a brand new poetry journal? I’m excited to announce that I’ve been accepted into the inaugural issue of Auroras & Blossoms! It’s out today on Amazon, and it’s chock-full of positivity poems to lift your spirits, share experiences, and motivate…

Podcast 42 #80: Dave Grohl

Originally posted on Podcast 42:
The World’s Most Popular Inaccurate And Sometimes Squirreled Retelling Of Pop Culture History Podcast Dave Grohl, drummer for Nirvana, leader of The Foo Fighters, and true rock pioneer. In this episode we talk about Grohl’s rise to rock guru, including his time with Nirvana, and what brought him out from behind…

The Limitless Potential of Poetry

Originally posted on Jane Bwye:
Today, I am privileged to introduce David Ellis, award winning poet,  whose thoughtful piece on settings without restriction has transported me into faraway places. I just love your mantra, David: I must remember it next time I venture out in a boat – perhaps it will work better than the…

To the none

Originally posted on Unassorted stories:
My mind will race you to stay ahead Darkness followed me around surreptitiously, you never noticed Push you to your limits My own little death eater Red or black – which do you prefer? All of us will bleed purple ink Only through voodoo to be a pin cushion Down,…