I’ve Been Published (And Again)!

Greetings Poetry Fans and Poetry Fam! I’ve just been published … again! This time, my work will appear in the 2021 Fixed and Free Poetry Anthology.

Both the anthology and the Fixed and Free monthly poetry reading are the long-time labor of love of Albuquerque poet Billy Brown. This book contains some of the best work of the best poets in one of the most poetry-rich geographies in the USA — New Mexico! Fixed&FreeCover2021

I can get you a discounted advance copy of the book for $22.50, which is a 10% discount off the list price of $25. Please let me know ASAP if you want one — this discount expires next week!

The anthology contains three of my pieces: “A Reminder to the Tender Ones”, “Tethered”, and “To The Woman Who Came After Me”. The latter two were hits during my featured reading at Fixed and Free on March 25th.

Please consider buying a copy for yourself, or for a dear one as a holiday gift. I get zero money from the proceeds — your purchase says “YES!” to art and artists during a time when creativity is keeping many of us alive.

Thank you for reading!

I’ve Been Published (Yet Again)!

Greetings Poetry Fans and Poetry Fam!

I seem to be on a bit of a roll!  Following my inclusion in the incredible anthology We Don’t Break, We Burn: Poems of Resilience, Susana RinderleI’ve just been published again! This time, my work appears in the March issue of Deep Times: A Journal of The Word That Reconnects.

Deep Times is a biannual journal inspired by the work of environmental activist and scholar Joanna Macy. It “offers must-read articles, art, and poetry for people who have experienced the shift in perception invoked by the Work That Reconnects – of how life flows in relationships and systems, not isolated things, and how our selves are not separated from each other or Earth, but deeply interdependent.” As such, I’m deeply honored to have been included in this issue.

My published piece, “Shards” has been a favorite of many readers, especially recently. In it, I describe my archetypal loneliness and frustration trying to navigate a world in decline, deterioration and transformation. By hesitantly sharing this poem with others, I’ve learned I’m not alone. I’ve met more who are “truly weary of the brokenness” and who also seek a “path leading out of this shatter zone.”

Thank you for reading!

I’ve Been Published (Again)!

Greetings Poetry Fans and Poetry Fam! Guess what?

It’s been five years sinwe don't break we burnce my work was last published in non-electronic form, so I’m pleased to announce that the much-anticipated anthology We Don’t Break, We Burn: Poems of Resilience is now out!

Edited by my uber-talented poetry brother Zachary Kluckman of Albuquerque, it features some of the best poets in the region, writing about a very timely topic — resilience. My piece, “Impact” was inspired by one of my sister Nancy Alder’s stunning art pieces, created after a serious car accident almost one year ago.

Please support Zack, MindWell Poetry and the artists by purchasing a copy for yourself or a loved one on Amazon. With only $13 you can vote “yes” to the necessary beauty and insight that only art can provide.

Thank you for reading!

I’ve been published (again)!

Hi there!  Two more of my pieces appeared in the in the winter 2015 edition of Catching Calliope, a Swimming with Elephants Production.  The poems are Be Gentle and Listening.  This anthology really has some incredible work in it — fiction and memoir as well as poetry.  All the authors are Albuquerque writers and many are quite young.  After reading 4-5 pieces I have to put the book down and spend a few days letting them sink in!

You can purchase a copy on Amazon, or support local, small businesses and purchase (for cheaper) at Bookworks ABQ or Cafe Bella Coffee.  Enjoy!

Susana Rinderle

I’ve been published!

Hi there poetry peeps!  Much to my surprise and delight, two of my pieces are appearing in the spring edition of Catching Calliope, a Swimming with Elephants Production.  The poems are Love Cage and Spring…

Meanwhile, I’ll be slamming at both Más and Final Friday this month — check the schedule in the sidebar to the right for details…

Yahoo!

Susana Rinderle