Grabbed -available October 2020
Thank you to the editors for including my work among these fine poets
January 18-23, 2021: David Baker, Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Traci Brimhall,
Eduardo C. Corral, Vievee Francis, Kevin Prufer, Martha Rhodes and Tim Seibles;
Special Guest Poet, Gregory Orr
I had the pleasure of a few moments with this remarkable talent and incredibly wonderful being at the Miami Book Fair. Watch how it went on the SoFloPoJo You Tube Channel. My eyes still fill with cartoon hearts at the thought of it.
Thank you to:
Chantwood Magazine for publishing "Dissertation" and "Nary"
Switched-on Gutenberg for "In Your Global Warming Dream"
Schuylkill Valley Journal of the Arts for "Night Prayers to Guadalupe"
Door Is A Jar for "On These Nights" and "The Smallest Color"
fields magazine for "In the South Pacific"
Slag Review for "For The Dear One" and "Marisol"
I appreciate your acceptance of my work for publication in your journals.
READING QUEER :)
Performed with my friend Stacie Kiner
Interviewed my idol, Patricia Smith, at the Miami Book Fair
All of these poets were incredibly generous with their time at the Miami Book Fair
With the incredible Julie Marie Wade :)
Hmm, I have been ignoring my own website ...
Managing Editor South Florida
A Brief History in Pink
a poem (Ars Poetica)
the boy who could fly
the conflagration of our inheritance
Dreams in Black & White
For The Dear One
Goya, the Execution of the Third of May
Interrogation Survival Techniques
In the South Pacific
In Your Global Warming Dream
The Irish Goodbye
The Lost Canoe
Night Prayers to Guadalupe
On These Nights
poem at the end of the world
The Smallest Color
Prior to his retirement due to poor health,
M. M. O'Mara worked for a non-profit that provides healthcare to Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Workers in the communities surrounding Lake Okeechobee as well as other medically under-served populations in Florida.