I’m having a very quiet year – in terms of poem acceptances, that is. I’m doubly pleased, therefore, to have a poem (The Night Driver’s Wife) published in the latest issue of The Interpreter’s House magazine. My contributor’s copy of issue 66 arrived in Monday’s post. What a beauty!
I’ve not had time to do more than glance down the list of contributors on the back cover. There are poets I’m looking forward to reading for the first time as well as re-acquaintances and firm favourites. Poetry magazines and small presses are labours of love; some I’ve admired have disappeared over the past few years, so it’s really encouraging to see TIH go from strength to strength under Martin Malone’s editorship, ably assisted by Charles Lauder Jnr. If you’d like to subscribe or purchase a single copy, it’s as easy as clicking here (although I notice issue 66 isn’t available at the time of writing this).
Will there be a launch? And will it be do-able in terms of travelling distance and other commitments? I hope so 🙂