Here are some uncategorizable things that I have written:
I have a weekly blog: "This is Ridiculous" -- it's free.
I write random articles on Medium under mmdevoe.Medium.com: you can subscribe or just look at the titles. Or just know that I write random articles on Medium.
Sci-Fi Dance Musical:
With Bill Moulton, Associate Professor at Tisch School of Dance, co-wrote book of R/Evolution, the Musical. Three week run at the Robert Moss Theater in NYC. May 28-June 14, 2015. Click here to read a review (with photos).
"Orchestral Suite, Four Poems," (translated by Marius Burokas) Vetrunges: JAV Lietuviu poezijos pavasaris, 2020
"After the Audition" published in an all-Villanelle issue of Limp Wrist. Read it in Issue #4, Sept 2021.
"Haiku," a poem published in inaugural issue of Sinking City Magazine, Sept 2016. Winner of the Spring 2016 #AWPPoem Haiku Contest
Winner: #NYCPOETTWEET annual contest sponsored by Metro, and judged by NYC Mayor DeBlasio's wife, poet Chirlane McCray, April, 2014.
“PA,” The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Writing Poetry, (Alpha Books, Indianapolis, 2001) ed. Nikki Moustaki, page 105.
“Read Down,” The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Writing Poetry, (Alpha Books, Indianapolis, 2001) ed. Nikki Moustaki, page 188.
“Jazz,” America, June 16-23, 1990.
“After the Audition,” The Lyric, vol. 69, no. 4, Fall 1989. - this piece won first prize nationally and won $1000.
Trivia: It was MM's first publication.
Translations of Lithuanian Authors into English by MM De Voe:
“Lady with Cowshit,” Renata Serelyte, The Third Shore: Contemporary East Central European Women’s Prose, (Northwestern University Press, 2006), ed. Agata Schwartz and Luise von Flotow.
“Lady with Cowshit,” Renata Serelyte, May Day, Young Literature from the Ten New Member states of the European Union, (European Communities, 2006), Karl-Johan Lonnroth, Director-General for Translation.
“Lady with Cowshit,” Renata Serelyte, PEN Anthology: Lithuania: In Her Own Words, an anthology of contemporary Lithuanian writing, (Tyto Alba Press, Vilnius, 1997), ed. Laima Sruoginis.
“How the Olive Tree Grew,” Icchokas Meras, PEN Anthology: Lithuania: In Her Own Words, an anthology of contemporary Lithuanian writing, (Tyto Alba Press, Vilnius, 1997) ed. Laima Sruoginis.