Thursday, October 5, 2017

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Three New Poems Seeing Print This Month


I am pleased to announce that my poems "Feeding," "Bones," and "Fecund Garden" will be appearing in Scryptic Magazine 1.2, due out later this month.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Poem Accepted by The Healing Muse.


I am pleased to announce that my poem "Curable Despite what your Doctor Says" will appear in The Healing Muse, Volume 17, October 2017.

Monday, May 8, 2017

Short Story Accepted by Non-Binary Review


I am pleased to announce that my short story "800 Pounds, Easy!" has been accepted for publication by Non-Binary Review (the Zoetic Press Journal of Literature.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Monday, March 20, 2017

New Monograph Coming Soon

My translation of Caxton's Middle English version of Ramon Lull's 'Book of the Order of Chivalry' should see print in April as issue 175 of the Compleat Anachronist (a medieval journal published by the medieval interest group known as the Society for Creative Anachronism).

Thursday, January 19, 2017

New Book Available!

Ossa poetices: A Cyclopedia of Early, Medieval and Renaissance Poetic Forms, Devices and Genres.

From the works of the troubadours and trouvères of the 14th-century to those of the skalds and scops of the 6th, poetry has been written in Europe for a very long time. Within this volume Todd H. C. Fischer has gathered information on different poetic genres, forms and devices used across Europe during the early, medieval and Renaissance time periods. You may have heard of roundelays, madrigals, ballads, and—of course—sonnets in high school English class, but have you heard of hrynhent, leich, letrilla and zéjel? Mr. Fischer (who holds a double honours BA in English and Creative Writing) has made the study of medieval poetry a passion. He has scoured hundreds of volumes on medieval literature to here gather together information ranging from Anglo-Saxon versification to the obscure fatras of France. Most entries are illustrated by period examples, quoting works by Dante, Shakespeare, Marie de France, Raimbaut of Orange, and many others. Indices at the end of the volume allow easy cross referencing of entries by location and time period. Students of literature, lovers of poetry, and medieval re-creationists alike will find this volume essential.



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