Contributor photo at The Robin Hood book launch, Dalston Kingsland London 2012

Contributor photo at The Robin Hood book launch, Dalston Kingsland London 2012

Leilanie Stewart’s writings, prose and poetry, are serene and effervescent. She captures the world through the eye of sublime susceptibility that enchants the mind and the human spirit. I read Leilanie Stewart – L C Atencio.

2017:

Fiction May 2017: Inane Pure Slush Volume 14

Poetry March 2017: FourXFour magazine – Issue 19.

Second poetry collection (35 poems) January 2017: Chemotherapy for the Soul (Fowl Feathered Review, 2017)

2016:

Fiction forthcoming: Shattered Anthology 2016

Fiction December 2016: Scarlet Leaf Review – Winter Issue 15.

Poetry July 2016: The Fat Damsel Magazine – Issue 9

Poetry April 2016: Mad Swirl – online issue

Poetry February 2016: Dead Snakes – online issue

2015:

Poetry June 2015: Message in a Bottle – Summer Issue 2015

Debut Poetry collection (25 poems) June 2015: A Model Archaeologist (Eyewear Publishing, 2015)

Poetry February 2015: The Open End Magazine – online

Poetry February 2015: Ashvamegh – Issue 1

January 2015: Morphrog Issue 10 – online

2014

Poetry December 2014: Jellyfish Whispers – online issue

Poetry December 2014: The Commonline Journal – online

Fiction September 2014: Weirdyear – online issue

Poetry August 2014: Black Mirror Magazine – online issue

Poetry June 2014: The Open Mouse – online issue

Fiction May 2014: Pure Slush – online issue

Poetry and Fiction May 2014: Storm Cycle Anthology – online and print

Poetry February 2014: Dead Snakes – online issue

Novella January 2014: Zombie Reflux – paperback at Amazon (UK), Amazon (US), Lulu and ebook available in Kindle (UK), Kindle (US) and PDF ebook (Lulu)

2013

Poetry December 2013: Jellyfish Whispers – online issue

Poetry: July 2013: Mudjob – online issue

Poetry: June 2013: The Blue Hour – online issue

Fiction: May 2013: Linguistic Erosion – online issue

Poetry: May 2013: Boyslut – online issue

Fiction: May 2013: Pound of Flash – online issue

Fiction: May 2013: Mad Swirl  – online issue

Fiction: April 2013: The Neglected Ratio – online issue

Poetry: April 2013: Nostrovia Poetry – online issue

Poetry: March 2013: The Sound of Poetry Review – online issue

Poetry: March 2013: Tips for Writers – Issue 94

Fiction: January 2013: Ariadne’s Thread – Issue 4

2012

Poetry: September 2012: Graffiti – Issue 12

Fiction: September 2012: Sarasvati – Issue 23

Poetry: May 2012: The Robin Hood Book – Anthology

Fiction: January 2012: The Crazy Oik – Issue 12

Poetry collection: Metamorphosis of Woman – print chapbook

Poetry collection: Toebirds & Woodlice – print chapbook

2011

Poetry: December 2011: Decanto – Issue 56

Fiction: November 2011: Stanley the Whale – online issue

Poetry: October 2011: Decanto – Issue 55

Fiction: July 2011: The Pygmy Giant – online issue

Poetry: July 2011: Inclement – Summer Issue

Poetry: July 2011: Sarasvati – Issue 17

Poetry: May 2011: Weyfarers – Issue 110

Fiction: May 2011: Wufniks – online issue

Poetry: March 2011: The Journal – Issue 32

Poetry: January 2011: Erbacce – Issue 23 (published under a different surname)

Poetry: January 2011: Neon Highway – Issue 19 (published under a different surname)

2010

Fiction: August 2010: Monomyth – Issue 10.1

Fiction:July 2010: Carillon – Issue 27

2009

Fiction: October 2009: Blood Moon Rising – online issue

Poetry: November 2009: Radio 209 Cambridgeshire

Poetry: October 2009: Radio 209 Cambridgeshire

Poetry Collection: September 2009 (appearing under a pen name)

Leilanie’s work reviewed at:

Poetry chapbook review at Sabotage Reviews

Joint chapbook (with Joseph Robert) review at Sabotage Reviews

6 responses »

  1. David Andrew says:

    Came across your blog while trying to track down site for Mistress Quickly (which still not found…) I’m adding blogs to our new poetry directory: http://www.writeoutloud.net/directory. If you would like to be included could you send some words of introduction.

  2. David,

    Thanks for your interest in my blog. I’ve emailed a short description for you, as suggested.

    Leilanie

  3. Steve Manolis says:

    Leilanie, I commented on the you tube site. Loved your poetry, You have a fantastic accent and I learned about Hadrian’s Wall… Very beautiful and congrats on your book and bringing the written word to a spoken level. Nicely done. Great poems, Peat Bog is a fun poem…interesting. Thank You for sharing, now I will listen to more of your readings.

    Steve

  4. Tom Blubaugh says:

    Hi Leilanie,

    I looked through your links and watched a couple of your YouTube videos. I find your writing interesting and I can see that you enjoy reading them to the public. Your sense of humor shines out.

    Tom

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