Welcome to the poetic home of the writer and poet P.J.Taylor.
Please take time to read some of her work
or the journal
of her writing life. Below you will find news of
her latest credits:
One of PJ's poems is to be included in the Family Poems Anthology
entitled: FAMILY MATTERS: POEMS OF OUR FAMILIES set
to appear in late October (200+ pages, 100 poets) to be published
Oak Review will publish the poem A Mother's
Plea to the Sketch Artist in an upcoming issue.
Haight Ashbury Literary Review have
accepted two of PJ's poems for their next issue: In America
and Green Card.
California Quarterly will reprint
The Mice and the Lemon Tree.
accepted the poem Becoming a Ghost for
just let PJ know that they will be publishing her poem Buzz
of the Yellow Jacket in their upcoming 2005 Winter or Summer
Things Girl has just published PJ's short
short story Waiting
into Twilight in their August/September 2004 Being
a Girl issue.
Story Short: A Women's Writing Showcase has
accepted five of PJ's poems (Ouija Board, Pin Curl
Instruction, Disconnected, Orbit, and
On Switching Address Books). Two will be published
in August and three in September.
Wolf Review has accepted the poem The
Mice and the Lemon Tree to appear in their summer issue
due out this month.
River Review accepted two of PJ's short fiction
pieces Mausoleum and The Gathering Chorus.
Quarterly has accepted the poem If I
Had Prayed for their spring/summer 2004 issue.
at the Door" is now up at insolent
a journal of women's literature and art has
just been released containing two of PJ's poems; Running
Away to Vegas and Shortcut Across the Rez.
PJ has had two poems accepted by The
Storyteller. Father, I Do Remember
will appear in the July/August/September issue and On Sunday
in the October/November/December issue.
poem Rope Swing is now up in the latest issue
poems are now up in the latest issue of Small
A micro fiction piece PJ wrote called "Fortunate
Cookie" will be included in the ezine The
Hallow in the middle of the month.
new poems of PJ's have been accepted by Small
Spiral Notebook. Look for "A Mess
Close Up," "Letter to Occupant,"
and "The Opposite of Spoons," in their Spring
edition this year.
A flash fiction piece PJ wrote has just been accepted by the
insolent rudder. "Hope
at the Door" will be in their June issue.
PJ is getting back to work and submitting. She received an
acceptance from Rock
Salt Plum Poetry Review. They will publish
her poem Rope Swing in their March issue. PJ is also
very flattered that they mention her poem To
Jen, Who Died this Winter as one
of their favorite poems.