Saturday, August 19, 2017

FC Pring-Mill Has Been Busy

Songs of Eretz Poetry Review is pleased to announce that Frequent Contributor David Pring-Mill has had four poems and an article published in other venues and an additional poem anthologized.

"Vast Spaces" is a philosophical poem about distances, time, and the foundations of the soul. It was published in Poetry Quarterly  https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/poetry-quarterly-c-1/poetry-quarterly-winter-2016-p-199.html.

"Solicitude" is a poem that addresses environmentalist themes. It was also published in Poetry Quarterly https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/poetry-quarterly-c-1/poetry-quarterly-spring-2017-p-214.html.

"Different You" is a prose poem about the ways in which we try to ford the chaos of a tumultuous universe. It is about finding meaning in the meaningless and redrawing the lines between truth and assumption. "Different You" urges the reader to pursue full and relentless immersion in the stuff of life. It can be read in the latest issue of Inwood Indiana https://prolificpress.com/bookstore/inwood-indiana-c-4/the-pop-machine-p-205.html.

"Discovery", a love poem, appears in California's Best Emerging Poets: An Anthology, available through Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Californias-Best-Emerging-Poets-Anthology-ebook/dp/B074LZQLST/.

"Paw Prints in a Concrete Sidewalk", which extrapolates wider meaning from a minute observation, was published in Dual Coast Magazine  http://dualcoastmagazine.com/paw-prints-concrete-sidewalk-david-pring-mill/.

Finally, The National Interest has published David’s journalistic article, "Hyperloop Projects May Be Uniquely Vulnerable to Terrorism" http://nationalinterest.org/feature/hyperloop-projects-may-be-uniquely-vulnerable-terrorism-21781. 

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