Tipton Poetry Journal
for it began miniature like belief does or when a branch snaps against a window and someone declares it is a divine message then suddenly an orchid of reporters appear conjured from a rend in the magnetic field of reality
Martin Willitts Jr. is the winner of the 2014 Broadsided award; winner of the 2014 Dylan Thomas International Poetry Contest; Rattle Ekphrastic Challenge, June 2015, Editorâ€™s Choice. He has 8 full-length collections and over 20 chapbooks of poetry. His forthcoming books include How to Be Silent (FutureCycle Press), God Is Not Amused With What You Are Doing In Her Name (Aldrich Press), and Dylan Thomas and the Writerâ€™s Shed (FutureCycle Press). Martin lives in Syracuse, New York.