I am creeping closer to the end of my Masters, I have been working more than I'd like to, I have become a full-on gymnastics mum, with two of my kids doing gymnastics competitions all over Brisbane (or at least it seems like that), sometimes at stupid o'clock, and unfortunately, most of everything else has suffered, including my poetry.
But that's starting to turn around, as the work, and study, have slowed down. Phew.
To prove that writing didn't stop completely for all these months, I have a story in the current issue of Tincture (Issue 6), which you can purchase, and download straight away, over here, for only $8. It doesn't get much better than that, and there's heaps of great reads in there, not just my story.
Also, the Genealogical Society of Queensland, has started its own blog and, along with a handful of other members, I will be posting regularly (monthly). My first post just went up, and you can check it out here. It'll show you how easy it can be to create a visual poem, though there are, of course, other ways to do that too. Here's one I made.