My poems "After the Crash" and "The Last Storm" are in the new issue of Pebble Lake Review -- and also up on their website, complete with audio (click on the little megaphone icons). Yes, I have that flat Midwestern accent. (I was also at the tail end of a nasty cold; not sure if you can tell that from my voice or not.)
There are a ton of other terrific poets in this issue as well, including Shanna Compton, Suzanne Frischkorn, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Christine Hamm, Ron Mohring, Steve Schroeder, and others. I am tickled to see my poems hanging out with the cool kids! :) Keep that New Year's resolution about supporting poetry, and buy yourself a copy (or subscribe)...
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After missing one too many submission deadlines, I've started keeping a spreadsheet of projects and deadlines (as well as projects without deadlines, like poems or manuscripts I really want to revise in the near future). I hope it helps. I've also thought about using the Google Calendar, but I haven't really dinked around with that yet, and a spreadsheet was the quick & dirty way of getting something started. Those of you who send stuff out a lot, do you have any method of tracking upcoming deadlines? Does it help?