I’m taking pre-orders for my new chapbook The Beer Line. It’s illustrated by Milwaukee artist Sarah Gail Luther and will sell for $12.00. Now I also take payments via CashApp: $SueBlaustein and Venmo: @Susan-Blaustein.
You can also order In the Field – Autobiography of an Inspector here. It’s $15.00. Bundle it with a copy of “The Beer Line”: both books for $25. In Milwaukee, you can also find my books at Woodland Pattern Book Center.
AIOTB (As It Ought To Be) has published my poem “Microscopy”.
Another poem “Rest In Peace” is now up on AIOTB (As It Ought To Be) Magazine.
I have a poem “Bird, tired bird” up on Zingara Poetry Review.
Dan Denton (of “Not A Duck in Any Row Studios”) is the creator of the Blue Collar Gospel Hour and the monthly Lunch Bucket Brigade Zine series. He interviewed me for his podcast “Blue Collar Gospel Hour”. Dan is an astute questioner, with a lot of heart and smarts. You can listen here.
Lunch Bucket Brigade Zine #6 contains three of my recent poems. You can order it here. “Not A Duck in Any Row”, the publisher, donates part of their proceeds to a food bank in their hometown of Toledo, Ohio so you get good poetry and contribute to food security.
I’ve collaborated with Anja Notanja Sieger before. She produces a podcast – “The Subtle Forces” . I responded to her general invitation to submit lyrics for a tribute to her late aunts Barbara and Mary. My contribution – “Pretty is as Pretty Does, The Dragonfly’s Song” – may be heard on “Ugly When Little, Pretty When Big”. Enjoy!
My poem “On Hubbard Street” is live on AIOTB now.
My poem “Brother” appears in Lunch Bucket Brigade Zine #3.
Draw Write Here’s “People’s History of the Pandemic, When Reality Hits” was followed by “Peoples History of the Pandemic, Civil Rights edition” (I collaborated with Jolie Collins) , then “Going Postal”. View all the e-books.
Another poem is live on AIOTB – “1968, 1969, 2018, 2019: The Fifty-Year Anniversaries Are Almost Over”
“A Horse Named Can-Ball-the-Flowers” is live on AIOTB!
My poem “The Old Ways” is now live on AIOTB (As It Ought To Be).
And now, also from As It Ought to Be, “A Song for Noise”.
My poem “A Song for Harvest Spiders” has been published by As It Ought to Be, an online journal!
My poem “Understanding Risk Factors So You Can Control Them” appears online in Stickman Review. I shared this poem on April 30, 2021 as part of Ex Fabula’s April Poetry Month feature “Backstory”. I recited the poem, and the video is linked here.