The New England Monthly Poetry Digest: Living as an Expatriate, by Mark Tulin

I’m happy to be a part of the November 2021 New England Monthly Poetry Digest. My Poem, “Living as an Expatriate.”

I am an author, poet, humorist, and short story writer from Palm Springs, California. I write about various topics, from my early childhood in Philadelphia to my years as a family therapist and finally to my soul-searching in California. These are poetic narratives that may have humorous or serious content or both. Either way, I hope my poetry and stories resonate with you.

12 comments on “The New England Monthly Poetry Digest: Living as an Expatriate, by Mark Tulin

  1. Congrats. Great publication.

  2. Congratulations Mark ..

  3. Congrats Mark. 🙂

  4. So interesting – I felt the same way when I lived in a different state growing up. I wanted to keep my California identity and wasn’t sure how to be accepted. I’m glad you’re here though. 😉

  5. Mark, good poem but I have to say I am somewhat disappointed with what has been received as a monthly magazine hitch is basically photocopied pages. I wondered what your thoughts were. This is my first contribution and it seems to me that the poems published are from those of us willing to pay the 20 pounds sterling I was charged. I was led to believe this was a magazine, that was available to ‘an audience ‘ but who would buy this photocopied put together untidily review.

    I really would like your thoughts as I am really disappointed in what I have received.

    • Can’t disagree with your point of view, Mark. As a poet, it seems, we are disrespected far too often. I just take it in stride as part of the game. And move on to my next piece of writing. If you feel strongly about it—I’d tell New England Monthly about it. Peace, writing, and good luck.

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