There's nothing like the feeling of wrapping up a rough day knowing that you have a poem dropping into the world overnight while you're asleep.

The bunnies are also trying to deal with today's record high temps.

The sisters Franny and Zooey sharing the view one morning last January.

Contemplating my late father's love of gardening brought about two (so far) poems. As of this morning, both have been accepted and will be out in the world in the not too distant future.

The interesting part of this, for me at least, is that gardening is one of my least favorite activities.

Canary Wharf, . Got to stay there a few times for work years ago.

Back home after a quick weekend trip to D.C. The weather could not have been more perfect yesterday.

One last reminder: The release anniversary sale for my chapbook ends tomorrow. You can read reviews, hear some of the poems being read, and order it here:


Probably one of the most exciting love gestures in admiration of writers and the fantasies they unleash through their work!

Assemblage artist Lucie de Syracuse studied contemporary literature and creates worlds that are often inspired by the written word.


I strongly agree with's description of the key difference between Twitter and Mastodon. I'm not sure what I'm doing about Twitter yet but I am really enjoying it over there. If you decide to give it a try you can follow me at @leepotts

One of my poems which appeared earlier this year in Interstellar Literary Review ( ...

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