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Melissa’s debut poetry collection, I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast, was awarded a 2015 Lone Star College System Writing Award.

Dan Sickles’ and Antonio Santini’s amazing Motionpoems film of “I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast” is here and has a beautiful write-up at Indiewire.

The paperback version of I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast has been released and is available for bulk discount at Ingram.

Cutthroat’s 10th Anniversary print edition, Coal Hill Review and Lambda Literarall feature wonderful reviews of I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast.

Three of Melissa’s poems were recently published at Spork Press.

Catherine Lu conducted a lovely interview with Melissa at the Classical 91.7 Houston Public Radio station for Houston Public Media.

Weasel Patterson conducted a wonderful interview with Melissa for his forthcoming documentary.

Melissa’s post, “To Love One Thing,” currently appears at Psychology Today.

Sarah Marcus conducted a thoughtful interview with Melissa at Gazing Grains Press.

Melissa will read for the Goodbye, Mexico anthology at the Georgetown Poetry Festival (October 4th, 1PM).

The poem, “They Who See in the Dark,” in Pirene’s Fountain, is a current Best of the Net nominee.

A new micro-interview and three poems are up at As It Ought To Be.                                            

The Tiferet Talk Interviews, a collection of interviews from the first year of Tiferet Talk radio, received the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award and the Readers’ Favorite Award.       

A reprint of the title poem I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast appears in Volume 7, Issue 53 of New World Review.

Six Weeks to Yehidah received the International Book Award in the Children’s Fiction Category and was released as an audio book. It is now available at iTunes and Audible.

*NOTE* ALL TIMES LISTED ARE FOR CENTRAL STANDARD

 

4 responses

  1. I am an poet and noticed your work in the toronto quaterly. I am interested in submitting my work since all is in ms form. Thanks, for this website. Maybe you can hear me towards places were I can send my work….

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