Barb's poem "A to Z" was chosen for the 2018 Marin Poetry Center Anthology. The issue will come out at the beginning of September, and there will be a launch party/reading event in San Rafael at the end of September–details to follow.
Barb's poem Marco Polo, which was supposed to have been published in June in WomenArts Quarterly Journal, was delayed and will now be featured in their October issue.
Online and print journal Voice of Eve (they publish only female writers) will be publishing three of Barb's poems in November (print) and December (online: Because, Two Rosaries and a Pair of Shoes, and The Bird.
Barb's poem "Imagine" will be published by Roanoke Review in December 2018
www.roanokereview.org (online and in print)
Barb's poem "Sage" was published by Mudfish Journal (20) in May.
www.mudfish.org (online and in print)
Barb's poems "Hunger" and "The Library" were published by POEM Literary Journal in May.
www.hlahsv.org (online and in print)
Barb's poems, "The Set Up" and "After Fifty Years, A Widower" were published by Right Hand Pointing in May.
www.righthandpointing.net (online Journal)
Barb's poem Turning Around was published in the May 2017 issue of Freshwater Literary Journal.
Barb's poem March 30, 2016 was published in the fall/winter issue of Poet Lore, out in October.
Barb's chapbook Boxing Without Gloves was published in 2014 by Finishing Line Press. Order it now from Finishing Line Press. To read the publishing announcement, click here!! While the book itself is not available through Amazon, click here to visit Barb's Author Page and feel free to write a review!
Ash was published in Apogee Journal in June 2016 as part of their Queer History Folio.
A to Z was published in CALYX Journal Vol 29:1 March of 2016 to coincide with the journal's 40th anniversary.
Underbelly of the False Ballet was published in Breakwater Review in September 2016, and was a Peseroff Prize finalist.
Triptych for Christopher was published in the January 2014 issue of A&U Magazine and has the distinction of being the most read literary piece on their website. Read it online.