Thursday, November 20, 2008

Inuendo posted at Shoots and Vines

A poem, Inuendo, and an accompanying illustration are featured at
Shoots and Vines, a new webzine.

The illustration is a collage I made titled "Medusa" The image
was put together to augment "Inuendo" and a couple of other poems.

I hope you'll visit.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Outsider Writers and Thousand Kites

Members of The Guild of Outsider Writers have been helping the social justice organization Thousand Kites record poetry that has been written by men and women incarcerated in our nation's prisons.

You can listen to the recordings at the Thousand Kites website.

Friday, October 10, 2008


Two of my poems, Morning Chill, and If You Should Ever Go Blind
have been published in the first edition of Rustblind.

You can visit and read for free here.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Featured Poet for September

I have been honored by being selected as featured poet for September at Target Audience Magazine.

You can read two of my poems there, The Truth (Really) and The Alchemist.

Please visit Target Audience Magazine and have a look!

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Guns 'n Butter Available as Broadside

I have been remiss in announcing that Rural Messenger Press has released my poem "Guns 'n Butter" as a gorgeous broadside suitable for framing.

They also have a tri fold copy of my interview at What To Wear During An Orange Alert available.

Publisher Michele McDannold and Rural Messenger have been doing a great job introducing new poetic elements. I hope you'll give them a visit.

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Feature Appearances


Members from The Guild of Outsider Writers will be reading in Chicago, at Quimby's Bookstore on Saturday evening, August 23'rd and at The Green Mill on Sunday, August 24'th.

Justin Hyde, the winner of OW's recent book contest, will be reading as well as OW members Cicily Janus and David Blaine

Quimby's is at 1854 W. North Ave.

The Green Mill is at 4802 N. Broadway

Events begin at 7:00 PM each night.

Would love to see you there. Quimby's is for all ages. The Green Mill is over 21 only.


Sunday, March 23, 2008

Publication in "Up The Staircase."

My poem, "All the Sounds Have Stopped" was just published in the premier issue of "Up The Staircase," a new literary journal.

Visit "Up The Staircase"

Saturday, March 22, 2008

David Interviewed at What to Wear During an Orange Alert

It was an honor to be recently interviewed at "What to Wear During an Orange Alert."
I hope you'll check it out.

Visit "Reader Meet Author."

A very good book.

I am proud to announce that the winning manuscript for the "Jack Micheline Memorial Poetry Contest" is now available!

Down Where the Hummingbird goes to Die is a 58 page, perfect bound poetry book priced at $6 (includes shipping).

Click the image to reserve your copy today!

Wednesday, February 27, 2008


At the behest of the Michigan Humanities Council, I was recently honored to conduct a workshop at North Branch High School.

I worked with a dozen students as they prepared to compete in Poetry Out Loud, a national recitation contest sponsored by The Poetry Foundation and The National Endowment for the Arts.

Saturday, March 8th, the Poetry Out Loud state finals are being held at our State Library and Historical Center, 303 Kalamazoo St., Lansing. The time is 1:00 til 4:00 PM. You will be treated to some of the best readings of your life.

Coming up on April 16th, The Sanilac District Library will be having a poetry reading in Port Sanilac from 6 til 8 PM. I will be one of the featured poets, and an open mic session will be held afterwards. Contact the library for more details. 810-622-8623.

On Monday, Aril 21st, I will be at the public library in Memphis, Michigan, leading a slam poetry workshop for high school students from 6 to 8 PM. Info available by calling Judy Weaver at 810-392-2980.

Friday, January 04, 2008

New Year Publications

Not for the church ladies.

Two poems, Asshole's Pantoum and I.P.O were published in the Winter 08
(Premier) issue of CP (Covert Poetics) Journal.

You may read them at CP Journal.