My poem “Cracks in the Day” is in the new issue (Winter 2012) of “Third Wednesday.“
“Afternoon Meeting” is a poem that was included in the new anthology published by “Ginosko.” It’s called “Ginosko Short Fiction and Poetry.” The anthology should be available as print or an ebook. It was published March 2012
“Changing Tunes” is a new poem in the latest issue, #39, of “Backstreet Poetry Review” – Dec. 2011.
“Water on Tap” is a poem of mine that was recently published in “Backstreet Poetry Review.” It was published in #37, July 2011.
My poem “Evolution of a Bread Store” is in the new anthology “Broken Circles: A gathering of poems for hunger” It was released in August 2011. 57 poets from San Francisco to New York gathered poems and each is charged with taking it back to their local area and generating events that benefit local food banks.
“Car Interiors” (poem) was recently published in the 2011 issue, #10 of “Ginosko.” It was published Sept. 2011.
“Waterways” — a poem — was just published in the forthcoming issue of “Hudson View Poetry Digest” Winter 2011 Issue 6 Number 1.
“Mile Marker 31” is a new poem just published in “H.O.D.” (Handful of Dust), Issue #3 – Feb. 14, 2011.
My poem – just in time for Winter snow – “The Family Sled” was just published on My Morning Story – Jan. 2011
A couple of my free verse poems can be found in the Jan/Feb 2011 Let Us Pray feature of “Sketchbook.” My poems are “One Voice” and “A Warrior In Our Midst.”
Twisting, a new poetry chapbook, is now available.Featuring poems of place and imagery.From “Liquid Bones””Fists slamming into the sky/turning boundaries into ashes/liquid bones straight as rails/ripped apart to make more parking lots/for dormant vehicles/driven minutes or hours per day/to factories…”From “Mouthfuls of Fog””Two metal spoons/Digging/Through oatmeal./Like pools of fog/Over San Francisco Bay/At sunrise…”From “The Headache Room””Candy apples split/by a vote of absenteeism/and faded smiles. The loafers/crawl up on one another/and battle it out for insoles/or polish. Red fingers/flush back bitter morsels/and the eyes glow …””Twisting” by LB SedlacekPublished by Four2Three PressCopyright 2010, LB SedlacekTo order:E-book (delivered via email)Chapbook (delivered via snail mail)~Shipping additional for international orders
My short story “Postcards” has just been published in the new fourth edition of “Literary House Review” anthology – 2010.
My poem “Keep What You Catch” won First Place in the 2010 Caldwell Literary Contest.”
“Last Meeting of the Travel Agents” is my new poem in the latest issue of “Backstreet Poetry Review” – #33 Dec. 2010.
“My Morning Story” published my short story “Fog Likely” in April of 2010.
“The Broad River Review” published my poem “How to Lease a Family” in their 2010 issue.
“Asphalt Picnics” was published in “My Morning Story” May 2010.
My poem “Out of Gas in North Carolina” was published in “Backstreet” in Nov. of 2009. It was, obviously, about the gas shortage and the long lines and all that went along with the waiting (good and bad).
“The Poet’s Survival Guide 2” – featuring 11 new chapters on how and where to sell your poems + PR tips and more.Brand new for 2010, “The Poet’s Survival Guide 2” features moreof what you should know and do to make a living or a part-timeliving writing poetry. Featuring 11 brand new chapters on how and where to sell your poems. Includes PR tools that you can use to promote your work plus innovative ways to make some bucks selling your poems. Includes Secret Poet Weapons plus links and resources.Copyright 2010. Order your copy today!To order: Order “The Poet’s Survival Guide 2” Ebook
New poetry chapbook -“A Breath of Paint”featuring travel and adventure poems poems by LB Sedlacek. $2 (US) (postage included for US orders).From “A Road Trip” by LB Sedlacek:“We ride along the bumpy road staringat the trees / and farms like we’d neverseen them before, but / they are as familiaras a baby doe dodging traffic in / search ofits mother and it seems that Eddie Money /is always playing on the radio…”Order direct from the author by paypal.com“A Breath of Paint” by LB Sedlacekor for snail mail orders send email for snail mail address to:Email LBLB Sedlacek – website
The new issue of “Manorborn” – 2009: The Water Issue (Vol. 7, Number 1 Sept. 2009) features 2 new poems of mine. The poems are “Where Rivers Cross” and “Frozen Water.” It is published by the Harford Poetry and Literary Society.
The latest issue of “Skive Magazine” contains two of my poems. The poems are “Blondes On Broadway” and “Coffee Shop Latitude.” The issue is #12, September 2009.
Just published April 2007 – you can read an interview I did with writer and poet Scott Virtes in “Outsider Writers.”
My poem “30 Second Tragedy” can be found online at “High Contrast” — Jan. 2007. Check it out at: High Contrast
My literary short story “The Moon’s Silhouette” is in the December 2006 of the Australian magazine, “Skive Magazine.” I also have a poem up in the November 2006 online magazine, “Andwerve.”
I have three poems in the latest issue of “Heritage Writer”. “Heritage Writer” publishes articles on the mechanics of researching, recording, and preserving our heritage along with poems and essays about interesting family members and about the personal side of historical events. Two of my published poems are about North Carolina legends, “The Cat and the Carroll A. Deering” and “The Footprints of Nathaniel Batts.” The other is on the the first man to receive Social Security. If you are interested in heritage, ancestry, etc. and even if you aren’t this is a great publication!
“Spiky Palm” has published my poem “How To Catch a Pinwheel” in their Summer 2006 (Vol. 3, Issue 2) issue. The issue contains a lot of good poems by other folks as well.
“A-Frames” has been published in the latest edition of “Lucidity” (Vol. 21, Summer 2006, No. 1). To order a copy, send $3.50 to: Lucidity, 14781 Memorial Dr. #10, Houston TX 77079-5210. I also do some poetry and writing news on the podcast and blog , ESC! Magazine’s “Coffee House to Go.”
My short story, Jaden’s View of Jupiter has just been published by SouthLit.com — a site specializing in contemporary southern literature. They publish poetry, fiction, book reviews, humor and also have interviews. “Jaden’s View of Jupiter” is set in the south, of course! Check it out. Their issues are free to read. This was published in the May 2006 issue.