It's very cool! I'm delighted to be in such good company. I love your poem, the sad nostalgia of it. What does the word "malinconia" mean?
congrats! & just another feather in your cap to get that BOOK published!
Diane,Thank you for the kind words. "Malinconia" simply translates as melancholy or gloominess. But it's use here is probably best approximated by "heavy-heartedness". Best of luck with the nomination. I took the liberty of adding you to my blogroll.Thanks, Collin. Your continued support is much appreciated.Brian, I certainly could use some feathers in my cap, although I am uncertain as to how this will expedite my chapbook manuscript getting published. (I guess it couldn't hurt to add to my list of credits - such as it is.) Thanks for the moral support. :-)
Congratulations, Nick!Michelle Bitting is in my year at Pacific. Small world.
Congratulations!Byrne is a great editor and has a good eye.
Big congrats! I'm delighted to be in such good company...
Robert,Thanks. Yes, very small indeed!Greg,Receiving Ed Byrne's vote means a heck of a lot to me. Anne,Congrats & best of luck to you, Anne. It would be nice to be included in such illustrious company in the anthology. But with such fine competition I won't be holding my breath.
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