Uncategorized | May 22, 2009
Even though she’s lived in Montana the past few years, B.J. Buckley is always — at heart — a Wyomingite. B.J. is a Cheyenne native who received a 1989 WAC creative writing fellowship and was on the WAC roster for many years. She was one of the featured poets in the 2003 anthology Deep West: A Literary Tour of Wyoming.
B.J. sends word that The Cortland Review has selected one of her poems, “Rapture,” for the May issue.
Here’s the magazine’s announcement:
The Cortland Review presents new poems by Fleda Brown, B. J. Buckley, Graham Burchell, Robert Danberg, Pat Daneman, Martin Jude Farawell, Elisabeth Frost, Regan Good, Robert Grunst, Luke Hankins, Bethany Schultz Hurst, Dan Lewis, Terri McCord, Jim Moore, Steve Myers, Soham Patel, Emmy Roulette, Niko Sonnberger and Naqueyalti Warren; new fiction by David Burke and Grant Arthur Flint, and David Rigsbee’s review of Gibbons Ruark’s newest, “Staying Blue.”
You can read B.J.’s poem, and listen to her reading it via podcast, at http://www.cortlandreview.com/issue/43/buckley.html?ref=nl0509