I’m honoured to have had two poems and a short story published in a really cool new Canadian literary magazine, The Quarantine Review. They believe that “great works of creativity can liberate us despite our being sequestered. Although the theme of self-isolation might permeate every issue, the stories and essays themselves run the gamut from humorous to transcendent.”
Two poems, “When You Don’t See Me” and “Words for a Heart,” appeared in issue #1, and a science-fantasy short story, “The Dreamers,” appeared in issue #5. Check out these and other issues here!