Victoria Twomey artist & poet
Messages From the Heart
My book of poetry, "Glimpse," will be published by Kelsay Books. This collection represents my explorations of death, a higher power, consciousness, loss and the beauty of being alive.
June 14th, 2022
My poem "Paradise" was a finalist in the 2022 Rash Poetry Awards by Broad River Review and will be printed in their 2022 issue this fall.
June 23rd, 2022
My photograph, "Stages," won Third Place in the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) Summer Small Works 2022 Exhibition. This on-line show will run from June 15 - July 31, 2022.
May 25th, 2022
Thank you, The Stripes Magazine, for interviewing me. I look forward to your next issue, out May 26th, which will include my poem "Can You Hear It?"
May 18th, 2022
Honored to be named Artist of the Day by the National Association of Women Artists!
Awarded the 95th Moon Prize by Writing In A Woman's Voice for my poem "White Dress on a Clothesline."
Summer 2022 - Sequoia Speaks Magazine from Word Poppy Press
Summer 2022 - HomePlanetNews
July - SurVision Magazine
July The Crowstep Poetry Journal
August - Green Ink Poetry
August - The High Window
August - Poetica Review
September 27th - The Amethyst Review
Fall 2022 - Broad River Review
October - Red Ogre Review Print Anthology
November 3rd - The Amethyst Review
Winter 2022 - The High Window
Spring 2023 - Crowstep Poetry Journal Print Version
April 2nd 2023 - The Amethyst Review
2023 - Glimpse (poetry book) scheduled for publication by Kelsay Books
Sanctuary Magazine August 2022
Verse-Virtual August 2022
First Literary Review-East July 2022
See the drawing and the poem:
BigCityLit Summer 2022
The RavensPerch (June 28th, 2022)
The Green Shoe Sanctuary
The Celestal Review Cycle VI
Verse-Virtual June 2022 Issue
The Stripes Magazine
Can You Hear It?
The Agape Review April/May
Verse-Virtual April Issue
Tipton Poetry Journal #51 - Winter 2022
The RavensPerch (May 13th, 2022)
As It Ought To Be Magazine
Primeval Monster Zine
Red Ogre Review
Writing in a Woman's Voice (April/May)
The Trouvaille Review April 2022
Originally published in the Agape Review, "The Ever-Widening Sea" describes meeting God at the moment before death.
Originally published in the Tipton Poetry Journal, "Neither Kindness nor Cruelty" is a poem about a foolish farmer who thinks he is more powerful than Mother Nature, who is neither kind nor cruel in how she goes about her business.
National Association of Women Artists (NAWA)
American Women Artists (AWA)
Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC)
Saratoga Arts Council
North Country Arts (NAC)