--Recent News--

March 16, 2021: I'm still here--reading, writing, revising, and finally submitting work again.  You can still hear me at WYSO reading other people's poems for Conrad's Corner. 


January 20, 2020: Lori's poems "Thick Skin Doesn't Work Anymore," "The Text I Will Not Send My Husband," and "It Isn't Only Crime Dramas that Remind Me How Connected We Are" will appear in Prairie Schooner in Summer 2020.

December 13, 2019:  Join me at the Glen Helen Building at Antioch College for a Solstice Poetry Reading at 7:30 pm.  There will be an open mic after the invited poets read.  Can't wait to hear your work.


April 14, 2019:  Join me at Books & Co at the Greene in Dayton where I'll be leading a workshop on the persona poem.  Find out more information here. 


April 2019: Frederic Marion asked me some great questions.  You can find the answers on his blog here.


October 2018: Plainsongs has published Lori's poem "Salvage" in their Winter 2018 issue.


September 22, 2018:  Lori's poem "Home (II)" appears in Third Wednesday's fall issue. 


May 16, 2018:  Quill's Edge Press honored Lori's chapbook, "Turbulence," as a semi-finalist in their 2017 chapbook contest.



May 2018: Lori, along with David Garrison, will take over production of Conrad's Corner, a local poetry program, in May 2018.  They will continue to bring local poets, well-loved poems, and new voices to the program, airing at 7:59 p.m. on weekdays, Saturday at 6:59 a.m. and Sundays during The Dear Green Place.  The program is also available as a podcast.


April 30, 2018: Lori's poem "El Niño" appears in Alluvian's Spring 2018 issue. 


February 4, 2018: Lori's poem "La Porte du Non Retour" will appear in the next issue of Potomac Review.


February 4, 2018: Lori's poem "The Fat Girl Takes a Bath" will appear in Slipstream's water-themed issue in the Summer 2018 issue. 


February 3, 2018: Lori's poem "Open" served as the inspiration for Weslie Detwiler's ceramic art in the project, Words Made Visible. The show will be on display at The Soap Gallery throughout the month of February. Thanks to Liz Hill and Karen Schubert at Lit Youngstown for bringing poets and artists together. 


November 2017: Lori's poem "The Pull" appears in Weaving the Terrain: 100-Word Southwestern Poems,edited by David Meischen and Scott Wiggerman and published by Dos Gatos Press.


November 7, 2017: Lori reads Lianne Spidel's poem "October Waves" on WYSO.org.


September 28, 2017: Lori reads Kathy Austin's poems, "Sweet October" and "Change of Season" on WYSO.org.


July 18, 2017: Lori reads Rita Coleman's poem "Wounded Heart" on WYSO.org. 


July 18, 2017: Lori's poem "Playing Forever" appears in the Spring 2017 edition of Appalachian Heritage


July 5, 2017:  Lori reads her poem "Dawn" on WYSO.org.


June 2017: NILVX: A Book of Magic I(II) included Lori's poem "The Fool" in their tarot issue. 


March 22, 2017: Lori's poem "Midnight Walks on Okaloosa Island" is online at Fourth and Sycamore. 


March 17, 2017: Jabberwock Review nominated Lori's poem "Sleeping wtih Strangers" for Best New Poets. 


February 26, 2017: Lori's poem "Winter Rain" is online at Poetry Breakfast


Feb 2, 2017: Lori's "Bog Poem" is up over at Pittsburgh Poetry Houses


January 7, 2017: Lori's poem "In the Absence of Wolves" appears online at SOFTBLOW.





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