Bibliography

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A bibliography of select publications by D.L. Lang, an internationally published poet and author, whose work has appeared in numerous anthologies and publications worldwide.

Bibliography

 Poetry Publications

  • February 18, 2015, “Prayer for the Shomrim,Jewish Journal of Los Angeles
  • September 23, 2016, “Sheltering in Places,” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • November 4th, 2016, “Worldly Windows,” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • December 3rd, 2016, “Stay,” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • December 15th, 2017, “Train Whistle Polka,” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • January 5th, 2018, “Benicia Bound,” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • February 23, 2018, “Love Poetry Capital Blockade,” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • June 15, 2018, “How to Swim through a Tornado” Benicia Herald Poetry Corner
  • September 7, 2018, “The Woodpecker’s Beat” Benicia Herald First Friday Poetry Corner
  • September 17, 2018 “Turning: A Poem for Yom Kippur” ReformJudaism.org 
  • November 2016, “Pier Dreams,” Benicia Library Poem of the Month
  • March 2016, “Prayer for the Shomrim,”The Voice, Congregation Rodef Sholom
  • November 2017, “Use Elevator to Exit Reality,” Poets Are Heroes Magazine, pg. 54, Realistic Poetry International
  • March 19, 2019, “49 Lights” Vallejo Times Herald, pg. A9
  • March 19, 2020, “No Other Planet,” Poetry Expressed, Vol. 5
  • April 1, 2020, “A Thousand Per Day,Frost Meadow Review, Pandemic Poetry
  • April 24, 2020, “What Remains is Love” Benicia Herald Going the Distance, pg A9
  • July 26, 2020, “July 4th, 2020” Benicia Herald Yearning to Breathe Free, pg A3
  • September 1, 2020, “Pieces” San Francisco Public Library Poem of the Day
  • September 30, 2020, “Pandemic Mismanagement” Benicia Herald Yearning to Breathe Free, pg A3

Poetry Anthologies

  • January 2021, Potter, Matt, ed., “Your Birth Day,” Birth, Lifespan, Vol. 1, Pure Slush Books, Sefton Park, Australia.
  • 2021, Okemwa, Christopher, ed., “Barriers to Justice,” “Where Were You on the First Week of June?” I Can’t Breathe: A Poetic Anthology of Fresh Air, Kistrech Theatre International, Kisii, Kenya.
  • February 2021, Cline-Tardiff, Karen, ed., “Coup des Imbeciles,” Insurrection, Gnashing Teeth Publishing, Rockport, Texas.
  • February 2021, Edwards, Amanda and Small, Rachel, ed., “Solo,” Red Skies, Splintered Disorder Press, Ontario, Canada.
  • March 2021, Focks, Red, ed., “An Introvert’s Operations Manual,” The Alien Buddha Skips the Party, Alien Buddha Press, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
  • March 2021, Haugen, Hayley, “Experience is the Polish of Life,” Pandemic Evolution, Sheila-Na-Gig Editions, Russell, Kentucky.
  • 2021, “Guardians of Justice,” When There are Nine, SCE Press, Jasper, Georgia.
  • March 2021, Van Nelson, Kelly, ed., “This Small World,” Globalisation: The Sphere Keeps Spinning, Making Magic Happen Press, Perth, Australia.
  • April 2021, Stuber, Doug, ed., “What Must Be Done,” Poems from the Heron Clan, VIII, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  • April 2021, Focks, Red, ed., “Excerpts from a Redacted Life,” The Alien Buddha Gets a Real Job, Alien Buddha Press, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
  • April 2021, Lufkin, Kas and Thornley, Katrina, ed., “Chickadeean Rhythms,” Adfectus, Exeter Publishing, Exeter, Rhode Island.
  • September 2021, Fielding, Daniel, ed., “What is to be Gained,” Resist With Every Inch and Every Breath, Lonely Cryptid Media, Owatonna, Minnesota.
  • (accepted) Cooper, Vincent & Vidaurre, Edward, ed., “How Do You Sleep in a War Zone?” Good Cop / Bad Cop, Flowersong Press, McAllen, Texas.
  • (accepted) “A Complete Healing,” Anthology House Vol. 2: Creative Visions of Global Wellness, ASEI Arts, New York City, New York.
  • (accepted) Powell, Francis H., ed., “We Long,” Together Behind Four Walls
  • (accepted) Gast, Mary Susan, ed., “July 4th, 2020,” “What Remains is Love,” and “Pandemic Mismanagement,” Yearning to Breathe Free: A Community’s Journal of Crises, 2020, Benicia Literary Arts.
  • (accepted) “This Land of Soul,” “Eternal Drifter,” “Airplane Mode,” Nooks & Crannies, Benicia First Tuesday Poets Anthology, Benicia Literary Arts.
  • (accepted) Aharoni, Ada and Roy, Vijay Kumar, ed., IFLAC Peace Anthology: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, International Forum for the Literature and Culture of Peace, Haifa, Israel.
  • (accepted) Chawla, Nishi, ed., “Earth Viridescent,” Greening the Earth, Penguin.
  • (accepted) Focks, Red, ed., “Staying Afloat in a Wobbly Universe,” The Last Time The Alien Buddha Got Sooo High, Alien Buddha Press, Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Contributed lines to:

  • Herrera, Juan Felipe, ed., “La Familia” epic poem, 2016
  • Wegener, Gillian, ed. “This Steady Beat of Days: A community spread poem during the time of Covid-19” Modesto-Stanislaus Poetry Center, 2020

Articles & Essays

Paperbacks

Spoken Word Albums

Compilations