I’m happy to have a reprint of one of my poems ‘To the Beloved in my Head’ in this anthology ‘No one should kiss a frog’ by Cathy MacKenzie.
Now available in India via Pothi.com.
About the book
A frog never turns into a prince (no words can mince that fact), and the odds are highly stacked that frogs don’t turn into princesses wearing fancy dresses…
About the Author
Catherine A. MacKenzie
Cathy’s writings are found in numerous print and online publications. She writes all genres but invariably veers toward the dark—so much so her late mother once asked, “Can’t you write anything happy?” (She can!)
She’s published two novels: Wolves Don’t Knock and Mister Wolfe. Two volumes of grief poetry commemorate her late son Matthew: My Heart Is Broken and Broken Hearts Can’t Always Be Fixed. She has also published other books of poetry and short story compilations, all available on Amazon or from her.
Her latest publication is the anthology No One Should Kiss a Frog, with contributions from 75 authors. Cathy lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Link to the anthology on Pothi – https://store.pothi.com/book/c-mackenzie-no-one-should-kiss-frog/