Just in case you’re in the mood . . .

Hi Everyone!

I know it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, much less the New Year, but just in case the spirits move you to write supernatural love poems, the next deadline for Tales from the Moonlit Path’s Valentine’s Day issue is February 1, 2020!  Here’s to 2020 being an extraordinary year overflowing with ideas!

Your humble poetry editor is looking forward to reading your work! Here’s to scaring up some love for the holidays – and beyond!

Until next time. . .


Here’s to Celebrating all of the Moonlit Path Poets, Fiction Writers, and Readers!

Thank you to all of you who shared your work for the Holiday 2019 Issue of Tales from the Moonlit Path! 

Here’s to gathering creative energy as the Solstice nears. . . I hope that you and yours will manifest all that you imagine during this powerful – and magical – season!

May all good come to you and yours. . .




Calls for Poetry for Tales from the Moonlit Path’s Holiday Issue!

Greetings Poets!

I just wanted to remind you all that poetry is a gift that keeps on giving . . . What better way to celebrate the holiday season than composing a poem or two to share with the Tales from the Moonlit Path community – and beyond! There are quite a few holidays coming up – including the new year – so remember to keep it supernatural (and yes, I was scared of Santa Claus as a child and have the photo to prove it!).

Looking forward to reading your submissions! You are all a gift!

Your Friendly Neighborhood Poetry Editor,


P.S. For some reason, the “insert link” function isn’t working, so please just Google us!

Drabble #15 Update!

Greetings Haurans and Friends of Boort!

Thank you for your patience! The Embassy sent acceptance letters through the portal today! Sozar! The winners will be posted shortly at Alban Lake Publishing’s “View from the Lake” newsletter. For those of you who are interested in submitting to the next contest, the guidelines will be posted after the first of the Hauran year.

Meanwhile . . . keep writing!

Until Next Time . . .

Your Humble Ambassador