Fairly new, but highly praised Speculative North published my little three-verse lament on light pollution called "Star Trip(tych)" in their second issue, in August. The issue was reviewed in Amazing Stories, by CSFFA hall-of-famer R Graeme Cameron. You can find the review here. He even had a word or two to say about my poem. **blush** I'm glad he got the point of it.
Hirareth Publishing printed two of my poems, "Age of Oceans" and "Marital Bliss: Robot Reboot" in the Summer 2020 issue of Illumen magazine; and another poem, "Fairy Wine," a creepy sonnet, in their June 2020 magazine The Fifth Di...Their editor, Tyree Campbell, was the first to ever accept one of my poems for print publication back in 2011.
Lastly, my short 300-word micro-story A Little Sunshine and a Breath of Fresh Air was published in Queer Sci-Fi's annual micro fiction contest anthology Innovation in August 2020.
After a few years of fits and starts, mostly fits, I'm starting to get published at a better rate, and getting noticed by more notable magazines and publishers. I hope this is a good sign of things to come in 2021 and beyond.
I've much to be hopeful for in the coming year.