The fine folks over at The American Journal of Poetry have published Ed’s new poem “Life, I Once Heard, Is a River.” Please follow the link below to check it out!
Follow the link below to purchase Ed’s debut poetry chapbook, Sautéing Spinach With My Aunt, featuring brand new poems not available elsewhere.
“Tender and honest, Doerr’s poems not only reckon with loss but also sharply celebrate that which remains in its wake.”
– Kathleen Graber, author of The Eternal City
“What is striking about these poems is their economy—how charged they are with emotion and meaning that shine forth from such expert, stark, minimal lines.”
– Matt Stefon, author of Shaking the Wind
“Honesty and insight mark these lyrical pieces, filled past their brims with both sweetness and sorrow—along with images that will remind you what the best poetry is capable of.”
– Renée Ashley, author of The View from the Body
The fantastic folks over at Sky Island Journal have published Ed’s poem in Issue #6 (Fall 2018). Follow the link below to find Ed’s poem, as well as the work of dozens of talented writers.
Ed’s latest essay, “Be Kind, Rewind,” is now available in July’s Hippocampus Magazine, which happens to be their 2018 theme issue. This issue’s theme centers around the idea of keepsakes.
To read Ed’s contribution to Hippocampus, please click here! Thank you for reading!
Desert Willow Press has just made Ed’s debut chapbook Sautéing Spinach With My Aunt available for pre-order!
In order for the print run to begin, Desert Willow Press needs a pre-order commitment. Please consider following the link below & pre-ordering your very own copy to help ensure a larger run. Your support is deeply appreciated!
Ed’s chapbook, called “Eulogy For A Former Life,” is now available from Rinky Dink Press for just $1, containing five poems including “Standing In The Shower” and “A Photograph.”
Head over to Ed’s publications page for a hyperlink to Rinky Dink Press’s store!
Follow the link below to read “Grapes,” an essay/memoir that details my struggle, as a young child, with the reality of my parents’ divorce. It is without question one of the most heartfelt, personal works I have ever committed to the page. Thanks so much for reading, and I hope you enjoy it.
My deeply personal essay/memoir “Grapes” has been accepted for publication and will be forthcoming from an online literary magazine this November. Please stay tuned for further details!
Recently, Ed has had two poems — “The Ambulance” and “Sauteing Spinach With My Aunt” — published in the second issue of West Texas Literary Review and, now, his poem “Life Lesson” has been published as part of GFT Press’s Ground Fresh Thursday series.
Follow the links in his publications page to check out his latest work. As always, thanks for reading!