Tuesday, November 23, 2010

A New Review of Antisocial

It's great to see a new review come out about a year after the first publication of my book, Antisocial. Thanks to Emily Peterson Crespo at JMWW.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Dirty Dancin'

I've got a new prose poem up at the revived ULA Redux, part of the Outsider Writers Collective.

This is a humorous response to schools that ban dances, proms and so forth due to those damned kids and their dirty dancin'

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Fox Chase Review

The Fox Chase Review has published three of my poems in its summer issue.

Follow the link to read 'New Track Record,' 'They Also Serve Who Only Stand and Wait,' and
'The Endless Pursuit.'

Fox Chase has also invited me to read in Philadelphia next July!

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

April Reading

Poetry Month reading at Sanilac District Library, Wed., April 14'th at 7:00 PM

The library is located on Main Street, aka M-46, in Port Sanilac and will feature at least two other poets besides myself. Free refreshments!

Have you had your coffee today?

Two poems, Dirty Words and Un-Manifesto have been published in issue 131 of
Zygote in my Coffee. The company there is terrific, hope you'll enjoy it all.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

New Poems Featured at Heavy Bear

Jane Crown's Heavy Bear has gone live with issue 5 and
it features four poems of mine, Dear Hunting,
Let the Dead Bury Their Dead,
And so we decided to continue the experiment,
and Note to a Shadow of My Former Self.

Good company here, David Mclean, Lyn Lyfshin,
Pris Campbel, Bill Gainer and many, many others.

Hope you'll visit! (Unfortunately Jane has discontinued hosting for the archives of Heavy Bear)

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Poem featured on local NPR Affiliate.

On January 18'th one of my poems, Driving Home Through The Rain After the Bars Closed, was read by Marc Beaudin on his weekly radio program, Report from the Mountains. Marc's show is featured twice each Mondays on Delta College public radio, 90.1 out of Michgan's Tri Cities area of Bay City, Saginaw and Midland.

Thank you Marc!