Hilary Sallick, poet & teacher

I’m thrilled that my poem Love Is A Shore is included in The Inflectionist Review, issue 13, October 2021. 

Thank you to the editors!

Thank you to the editors of Panoply for including my poem Evening With Lines From Whitman in their latest issue (#19, Summer 2021).

Thank you to the editors of The Bangor Literary Journal for publishing my poem A Spider (page 78 to 79) of their issue  15.

Find my poem, Message, on Thimble Literary Magazine.

 Thanks to Pangyrus for publishing my poem,  The Most Portable Instrument. Scroll down to find my comment about the origin of this poem.

Read my poem The Geranium on The Poetry Porch! Thank you to Joyce Wilson for including my work on the Porch.

Listen to poems written “en plain air” at Old Frog Pond Farm, including my poem (about halfway through). Each poem is paired with a beautiful photograph. The same poems can be found as an e-chapbook at Pen and Anvil Press. Thank you to Plein Air Poetry creator and organizer, Susan Richmond, and to Linda Hoffman and Blase Provitola of Old Frog Pond Farm!

 Thanks to Caveat Lector for publishing two of my poems, Child in Library and In the Garden, in Volume 30, No. 2.

Read my poem Young Man With Lizard, and other poems on the theme “Together,” in the journal Halfway Down the Stairs.

Thanks to Gloria Mindock and Cervena Barva Press for publishing Karen Friedland’s interview of me in the latest Cervena Barva Press newsletter (July, 2020).

I’m thrilled to be part of ArtBeat 2020, the annual celebration of the arts and culture in Somerville, MA. Thanks to Lloyd Schwartz, Somerville Poet Laureate, and the Somerville Arts Council for this opportunity to share my poem Ipharadisi, and to be in the company of wonderful Somerville poets.

Thanks to Tipp City Library and Cervena Barva Press for the opportunity to read this evening, July 10, 2020. You can watch the recording of my reading here.

I’m grateful to Mom Egg Review for reviewing Asking the Form — see Michelle Wilbert’s piece here — and also for publishing my own reflection on writing and time as it pertains to Asking the Form.