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Spectral Realms

No. 15 / Summer 2021

The issue includes two of Alicia’s poems. “Mail-Order Bride” is a poem about religion, love, nature, and magic. “Oleander and Wolfsbane” is a poem about murder, transformation, revenge, and magic.

Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine

Summer Solstice Edition

Alicia’s poem “Seasonal Spells for the Elm Queen” was published in a special Summer Solstice edition of Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine. “Seasonal Spells for the Elm Queen” is a fantasy poem about loss, hope, renewal, and magic.

Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine

Volume V, Issue 2

The issue includes “April,” Alicia’s poem about a woman who tried to get away with murder. “April” was first published in J Journal.

Failed Haiku: A Journal of English Senryu

Volume 5, Issue 57

Alicia’s poem “We Worship At Your Watery Throne” was published in Failed Haiku: A Journal of English Senryu. “We Worship At Your Watery Throne” is horror poetry about ecology and the hierarchy between animals and humans.

Space and Time

Issue 140 / Spring 2021

The issue includes “The Paradox of Desire,” Alicia’s dystopian science fiction poem about second chances and the meaning of home.

Trickster’s Treats #4

September 2020

This anthology of poetry and stories includes “Sleeping with the Dead,” Alicia’s poem about ghostly family secrets.

Dreams & Nightmares

Issue 113, September 2019

The issue includes “New Beginnings,” Alicia’s science fiction poem about loss and determination.

Neon

Issue 31

The issue includes “Sleeping With the Dead” and “My Son Breathes Fire,” two of Alicia’s poems about family and supernatural beings.

Neon

Issue 30

The issue includes two of Alicia’s poems. “Insomnia, My Ugly Twin” is a supernatural poem that was inspired by Alicia’s experience of having surgery.

“Teachings” is a poem about coming-of-age and sex.

J Journal

Vol. 5, No. 1

The issue includes “April,” Alicia’s poem about a woman who tried to get away with murder.

Modern Haiku

Volume 44.1 Winter-Spring 2013

The issue includes two of Alicia’s poems. “Shucking oysters” is a haiku about coming out.

“Graduation day” is a humorous haiku about coming-of-age.

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