Tuesday, October 4, 2016

's Complete List of Published Poems (All With Links!)

from latest to earliest (dates mostly in Philippine time):


•           Hot Sex in a Warm Place - Quail Bell Magazine, November 14, 2017
•           Small Creatures in My Palanggana - Philippines Graphic, November 13, 2017 
•           The Secret Vignette - Bombinate Zine, November 8, 2017
•           Justice - Tuck Magazine, October 27, 2017
•           It Will be Done - Tuck Magazine, October 27, 2017
•           How a Swan Dies - Jazz Cigarrete, October 2, 2017
•           The Transcontinental Post-Mortem Rhapsody - The Asses of Parnassus, September 27, 2017
•           The Last Shape Poem - Spillwords, September 16, 2017
•           The Cult of Apathy - Matter, September 15, 2017
•           Minor Miracle - Beneath the Rainbow, August 25, 2017
•           Unfortunate Son - Beneath the Rainbow, August 25, 2017
•           At Dusk - Beneath the Rainbow, August 25, 2017
•           At the Cemetery, After the Rain - Beneath the Rainbow, August 25, 2017
•           Found poem no. 4 - Me + You: Our Love Journal, August 7, 2017
•           Found poem no. 3 - Me + You: Our Love Journal, August 7, 2017
•           Found poem no. 2 - Me + You: Our Love Journal, August 7, 2017
•           Found poem no. 1 - Me + You: Our Love Journal, August 7, 2017
•           Corrosive Bloom - Ariel Chart, August 5, 2017*
•           Raining on EDSA, Riding on a Bus - Anak Sastra, July 30, 2017
•           Troll - The Wayward Sword Resist issue, page 14, July 22, 2017
•           Judas Jeep - ALPAS Journal, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (page 20), July 1, 2017
•       To the mothers who lost their children to Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan - Awake in the World, Riverfeet Press Anthology 2017, June 29, 2017
•           Traveling Through Mountain Province - NatureWriting, June 27, 2017
•           Midnight Moon - NatureWriting, June 27, 2017
•           Empty Spaces - Outcast Poetry, June 23, 2017
•           The Gravity of Sadness - Wraith Infirmity Muses, June 4, 2017
•           Untitled - Haikuniverse, June 3, 2017
•           The Last Night - The Wayward Sword Challenging Submissions issue, page 9, May 11, 2017
•           My Fishy Romance - The Wayward Sword "  ", page 18, May 11, 2017
•           The Desperation of My Brethren - Anti-Heroin Chic, April 29, 2017
•           DUI - Anti-Heroin Chic, April 29, 2016
•           Landline - Eunoia Review, April 15, 2017
•           Taxation - Parody, April 1, 2017 issue (official date, but published later on June or July)
•           Kissing - "You" by Karlo Sevilla, Origami Poems Project microchap, Feb. 18, 2017
•           You - "You" by Karlo Sevilla, Origami Poems Project microchap, Feb. 18, 2017
•           The Lie - "You" by Karlo Sevilla, Origami Poems Project microchap, Feb. 18, 2017
•           Cough Syrup -  "You" by Karlo Sevilla, Origami Poems Project microchap, Feb. 18, 2017
•           Should've, Would've, Could've - "You" " " , Origami Poems Project microchap, " "
•           My Death Wish - "You" by Karlo Sevilla, Origami Poems Project microchap, " "
•           Screaming the Small Stuff - Outsider Poetry, February 16, 2017
•           This Afternoon, I Lost the Key - Outsider Poetry, February 16, 2017
•           Nagmerrie - Sub-saharan Magazine, February 6, 2017
•           The Neighborhood Exegete - Awakened Voices, February 1, 2017
•           The Answer - Rat's Ass Review, January 21, 2017
•           Trains (2010) - Communicators League, January 16, 2017
•           Summer Plunge - Spillwords, January 11, 2017
•           Delicate Cruelty - Philippines Graphic, December 26, 2016
•           It's Snowing in Manila ("R-18") - Philippines Graphic, December 26, 2016
•         It's Snowing in Manila ("PG-13") - Antarctica Journal, December 26, 2016 and its The 2016 Anthology of Poetry
•          Late Afternoon at the Fishpond - Peacock Journal, November 24, 2016, and its 1st Anthology: Beauty First, February 8, 2016
•           Kites and Balloons in the City - Peacock Journal, November 24, 2016
•           The Solitary Swing - Peacock Journal, November 24, 2016
•           How a Cove is Formed - One Sentence Poems, November 23, 2016
•        Misstep - Eternal Remedy, November 13, 2016, and its first anthology, Harvest, March 15, 2017
•           Cardboard Justice - The Five-Two, October 24, 2016
•           Ghost Debate - Yellow Chair Review's Horror 2016 issue, October 24, 2016
•           While Reading Poetry I Killed an Ant - Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine, October 23, 2016
•           Untitled - Haikuniverse, October 22, 2016
•          Filipino Catholics in a Passenger Jeep – PILGRIM, September 2, 2016, and St. Gertrude the Great Catholic Church newsletter, February 19, 2017 (the latter publication, without my         knowledgemuch less, permission!)
•           Because neither subtlety… – Razorhouse Magazine, August 31, 2016 
•           Vera Falls – Rambutan Literary, August 31, 2016 
•           Because fighting was his element – I am not a silent poet, August 21, 2016
•           fire fetish – Quatrain.fish, August 9, 2016 
•           To Francisco Guevara, poet, longboarder – Radius Lit, July 26, 2016
•           Slicing Onions – Rat’s Ass Review, July 24, 2016 
•           Miracles – Quatrain.fish, July 7, 2016 
•           Dead Drunk in Vientiane – Eastlit, July 3, 2016 
•           Leaving Quang Hiep Hotel, Hanoi (July, 2010) – Eastlit, July 3, 2016 
•           Metro Manila Miasma – Eastlit, July 3, 2016 
•           Untitled – The Fib Review, July 2, 2016 
•           Rustle – Shot Glass Journal, June 6, 2016 
•           The Truths of the Blind Elephant – Indiana Voice Journal, June 3, 2016
•           The Agricultural Worker's Ode to Labor - Indiana Voice Journal, June 3, 2016 
•           Missing Parents – Quatrain.fish, May 8, 2016 
•           Chalice – Spank the Carp, May 2, 2016 
•           Floating Coffins - I am not a silent poet, March 30, 2016 
•           Oktoberfest – I am not a silent poet, March 4, 2016 
•           The Face of Poverty – I am not a silent poet, March 4, 2016 
•           Shadow on Bathroom Floor – Philippines Graphic, July 20, 2015 
•           Wing envy – Philippines Graphic, July 20, 2015 
•           She doesn't want her daughter to think she's that kind of woman - Pacifiqa, July 9, 2015
•           Hallelujah for Our Holy Paranoia – Philippines Free Press, April 11, 1998 
•           To Someone Who All Along Was Not – Philippines Free Press, January 24, 1998 

And more forthcoming in Ariel ChartA Nosh of LifeKitaab, and Degenerate Literature

Thank you, 

  1.  my peers, who help hone my poems, in the 1) Modern Poetry Facebook page (mostly my classmates from the MOOC How Writers Write Poetry 2015 offered by The University of Iowa International Writing Program), and 2) Rat's Ass Review online workshop
  2. litmags, for publishing my poems;
  3.  Poets & Writers, The Review Review, Duotrope, Literistic, Six Questions For..., Submittable's Submishmash Weekend Edition, Trish Hopkinson, Every Writer, New Pages, Authors Publish Magazine, and other resources for writers that lead me to various international publications -- and make me prouder of having my work featured in them; and
  4. whoever is/are lured into checking my blog and reading my poem(s). :-)
And, you may also check out my Goodreads author page here. :-)

*Important Statement: In my bio for this asterisked publication, among the list of literary magazines that published my poems, is the now defunct Excavation. It closed shop -- and rightly so! -- after its editor was called out by Hate Poet Magazine, among other progressive minded individuals in the international literary community, over his bigotry and racism. (Aren't they essentially synonymous?) I regret that my poems saw publication in a platform that deceptively "promoted diversity," when its editor expressed a cavalier attitude towards the Charlottesville tragedy, and even sympathized with his co-rightists and racists. (Aren't they essentially the same?) Right before the editor closed down his magazine, I've already emailed him to withdraw my poems from its pages. This after Hate Poet Magazine thankfully gave me a heads up via Twitter. I should've been more circumspect in sending out my poetry -- and we all should! We writers should be very discerning on the platforms we want to host our works, especially when such could be projects and fronts of people who are demagogues of hate. (Posted on August 26, 2017.)




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