At the 2019 Kansas Authors Club Convention, Holiday Inn East, Wichita, at Rhythm-A-Ning, Oct. 5th: I read my poem “Blackberry,” while Bill Glenn on percussion and Seth Carrithers on double bass improvise around the words.

Episode 52 of Ken Hada’s Podcast The Sunday Poet, Sept. 22, 2019: Ken reads poems by Bob Dean, Jr., Michael Poage, and Roy Beckemeyer. The two poems of mine he reads are “Currents,” and “Fishing with My Father,” both of which appeared in my first book, Music I Once Could Dance To.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: Table of Contents of Issue 12 of KYSO Flash containing links to all my work appearing in that issue.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: “The Mystery of Disappearing Bees,” a Wichita Broadside in which Skyler Lovelace and I collaborated. She did the original artwork in response to my poem; the piece is here reprinted in KYSO Flash with our permission.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: “Legacy’s Sunset” – a photo I took of a Kansas sunset that resulted from smoke from California wildfires drifting over Kansas along with a poem about the climate crisis written in response to the photo at the request of Clare MacQueen, KYSO Flash Editor/Publisher.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: “Connoisseurs of Verse” – prose poem along with an audio recording of me reading the poem.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: “Hail, Amphibia!” – free verse poem along with an audio recording of me reading the poem.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: “Conch Shells As Conveyances” – free verse poem along with an audio recording of me reading the poem.

KYSO Flash Issue #12, 22 July 2019: “Redolent & Baroque: an essay on the craft of ekphrasis

River City Poetry, 15 July 2019: “The Cutting Songs of the Butcher Son” (Review of Michael Cissell’s poetry book of the same name.)

River City Poetry, 15 July 2019: “Every Girl Becomes the Wolf” (Review of a chapbook of the same name by Laura Madeline Wiseman & Andrea Blythe.)

Mockingheart Review, Volume 4, Issue #2, July 1, 2019: “At Home on the Shore.

Enduring Puberty: annual volume of  literary, visual, and epistolary art, Issue #2: pp. 52-53, June 30, 2019: A short epistolary prose piece, “Returning Home–Conversation with a Self I Can’t Remember.”

Gasconade Review #4, “Storm A Comin’!” May 2019: Three poems, “Falliteration,” “Mephitus mephitus,” and “A Woodworker’s Words.”

Heartland: Poems of Love, Resistance, & Solidarity, March 11, 2019: “Refugee Shores.”

KYSO Flash, Issue 11, Spring, 2019, February 25, 2019: Three Lineated Poems: “Cathedral,” “Fracking Oklahoma,” and “Gavotte.”

KYSO Flash, Issue 11, Spring, 2019, February 25, 2019: Ekphrastic Creative Non-fiction and Photo: “Transit East

Heartland: Poems of Love, Resistance, & Solidarity, December 21, 2018: “IED/PTSD.”

Zingara Poetry Review, December 5, 2018: “Reading Moby-Dick Again.”

Heartland: Poems of Love, Resistance, & Solidarity, November 23, 2018: “Footage from Aleppo.

Epistrophy: An Afternoon of Poetry and Improvised Music, Advanced Learning Library, Wichita, Kansas, October 21, 2018: Me reading my poem, “You, Sweet, Your Heart,” accompanied by improvised music by Susan Mayo (Cello) and Bill Glenn (Percussion).

Me reading my Honorable Mention-winning entry in the 2018 Kansas Authors Club Spoken Word Poetry Contest: “Blackberry.”

Watkins History Museum, July 28, 2018: Me reading from my poem, “After the Storm“.

River City Poetry, May 15, 2018: “Traumas” (Review of Tyler Robert Sheldon’s chapbook of the same name).

River City Poetry, May 15, 2018: “Anarchy and Pancakes” (Review of Dan Pohl’s chapbook of the same name).

River City Poetry, May 15, 2018: “A Crooked Door Cut into the Sky” (Review of Melissa Fite Johnson’s chapbook of the same name).

River City Poetry, May 15, 2018: “Following the Curve” (Review of Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg’s chapbook of the same name).

River City Poetry, May 15, 2018: Three Poems, “Family,” “When Is It Summer in Kansas?” and “Breathe.”

SageGreenJournal, April 7, 2018: “At Night in the Southern Rockies,” a poem reprinted from my first book, Music I Once Could Dance To, Coal City Press, 2014.

Zingara Poetry Review, April 5, 2018: “Late Freeze,” an interlocking Rubiyat form poem.

Psaltery & Lyre, 2/26/2018: “Angel Ordering Exiles from Paradise” (A poem that is included in my chapbook Amanuensis Angel, Spartan Press, 2018.)

KYSO Flash, 2/28/2018: Three lineated poems, “Annunciation Angel,”  “Front doors…” a cinquain, and “Hospice,” a Haibun, “Peru,”, and three prose poems, “Revolving Toward That End,” “With Apologies to Walt,” and “Words for Snow.” [Pleased that KYSO Flash editors Clare MacQueen and Jack Cooper selected “Words for Snow” as one of their nominees for the Best of the Net Anthology for 2018.]

Heartland! Poetry of Love, Resistance, & Solidarity, 2/19/2018: “Grain Elevator Gray” (A “Golden Shovel” poem inspired by Liz Berry’s “Birmingham Roller.”)

River City Poetry, 2017: “Solar Flair” (A “broadside” that combines art and poetry. Roy Beckemeyer’s ekphrastic poem responding to Malissa Long Wilson’s art.)

phanaerozoic, 11/20/2017: “Benevolent Angel” (An ekphrastic poem inspired by a Leonard Baskin etching. This is also included in my chapbook, Amanuensis Angel.)

MockingHeart Review, 8/31/2017: “Sweet, Your Heart

The Tittynope Zine, 2017 Issue: Poem, “Meanings,” p. 94; prose, “An Awkward Glossary of Terms,” pp. 95-97. (Link to issue as a pdf document, then advance to pages indicated.)

Whale Road Review, Summer 2017: “Poetry As Conversation: Renga As a Class Project” (A short pedagogic essay.)

River City Poetry, 7/13/2017: “First Breaths of Arrival” (A review of Tyler Robert Sheldon’s chapbook of the same name.)

River City Poetry, 7/1/2017: “Fumbles Revelations” (A review of Jason Baldinger’s chapbook of the same name.)

River City Poetry, Summer 2017: “Night Sounds,” Pretense,” and “Mayflies Rise

Konza Journal, Summer 2017: “Photographic Essays of Place ~ KwaZulu Natal South Africa” (A creative-non-fiction photo-essay.)

one-sentence poems, 5/2/2017: “Under Prairie Skies

Rusty Truck, 4/27/2017: “The prodigal son goes to the disco

Prospero’s Books, 4/23/2017: Reading various poems.

The Ekphrastic Review, 4/19/2017: “Horizons

Pilgrim: A Journal of Catholic Experience, 12/3/2016: “Obeisance

Zingara Poetry Review, 11/23/2016: “Great Blue Heron

Danny Earl Simmons’ Poems I Admire, 11.20.2016: “Ruby (1954)

Chrysalis: Journal of Transformative Language Arts, 10/27/2016: “Coping through Connections: Faith, Rationality, and Poetry” (An essay on the creative process.)

Whispering Prairie Press, 9/22/2016:Poetry, Memoir, and ‘Biomythography’”  (A short pedagogic essay.)

Whispering Prairie Press, 9/22/2016: “Theme and Variations – Epigraphs and Poems” (A short pedagogic essay.)

Konza Journal, Summer, 2016: “Dainty Dancers: Slender Blue Damselflies of Kansas Tallgrass Streams” (A short photo essay.)

Poetry Breakfast, 6/30/2016: “Remnants in the Kitchen, after You Leave for Work

The Ekphrastic Review, 5/12/2016: “Pink Angels” (An ekphrastic poem inspired by a Willem de Kooning painting of the same name.)

The Syzygy Poetry Journal, 4/4/2016: Five Poems: “Skull of Sirius, Crossbones of Cassiopeia,” “The Chase,” “Daylight’s Starring Role,” “Sunset,” and “Magisterial Moon.”

The Ekphrastic Review, 2/25/2016: “Jacob’s Angels

Silver Birch Press, 10/28/2014: “Fables for Children of the North

We Wanted To Be Writers, 9/15/2014: Excerpts from Music I Once Could Dance To

Zingara Poetry Review, 9/9/2014: “A Classification of Poets

The Light Ekphrastic, 8/2014: “Oh, Come Share,” and “Lessons” (Ekphrastic works: poems by Roy Beckemeyer, music by Earle Wood)

Watermark Books, 7/31/2014: Reading “Kahsantatieh” from Music I Once Could Dance To.

Kansas Humanities Council, 4/2014: “Front doors” (An American Cinquain). NB: The link to the original website has been broken, so the link now goes to KYSOFlash, where the poem was reprinted in 2018.

Kansas Humanities Council “Pin-up Poetry”: “Meadowlark Hymnal

Big Nasty Press “50/50 Trade Portfolio,” 2014: “Big Arkansas” (Poem: Roy J. Beckemeyer, Art: Lacey Schekter)

Zingara Poetry Review, 2/6/2013: “The Baltimore Catechism – Unrequited Love

200 New Mexico Poems, 12/13/2-12: “A Day at White Sands

A Kansas Renga in 150 Voices, 2/4/2012: “…the universal truth of a broken owl

Scientific Papers of The University of Kansas Natural History Museum, Nr. 44: pp. 1-19. 10/21/2011: “Upper Carboniferous Insects from the Pottsville Formation of
Northern Alabama (Insecta: Ephemeropterida, Palaeodictyopterida, Odonatoptera)” [a scientific paper I coauthored with Michael Engel of KU, included here because it includes a number of scientific names (new genera and species), like Anniedarwinia alabamensis, and Agaeoleptoptera uniotempla, that have interesting (to me, anyway) etymologies.]

Kansas Poems, 2011: “In Kansas to Stay

150 Kansas Poems, 11/19/2011: “A Kansas Farmwife’s Snow Song

150 Kansas Poems, 4/5/2011: “We Discuss the Geomorphology of Life

The Kansas School Naturalist, 46(1), February, 2000: “The Permian Insect Fossils of Elmo, Kansas” [What I did with my writing time before rediscovering poetry.]

The Kansas School Naturalist, 43(2), February, 1997: “Checklist of Kansas Dragonflies” [More of what I did with my writing time before rediscovering poetry.]