We talk about her book, Known by Salt, over at The Drunken Odyssey. (Photo courtesy of Bang Images.)
News was serious.He read the Ladies and Gentlemen bulletin.The mask was warm, luminous.
Shel Silverstein wrote the first poems I remember reading and they were frequently silly, but it was a silliness that kept me reading all of his work, some of which, is not so silly. Between Silverstein and MAD Magazine, I cane to enjoy language that had a sense of humor, […]
No surprise being uneasyto approach self-approval,the young man thread a soul.
writing to findthe rules not to beto be
With my current job I travel more than I ever have. One way I stave off homesickness is by reading books my wife has given me (and rereading poems we’ve written for each other). The one I keep picking up for now is Letters to Véra, Vladimir Nabokov’s letters to […]
Originally written for The Terror Test episode grading The Fireman, Baskin, and Southbound. Satan, oscillate my metallic sonatas! or Repetition In Heaven and Hell “I think this story is about Hell. A version where you are condemned to do the same thing over and over again. Existentialism, baby, what a concept: paging […]
My thoughts burn with snow–the hazards of Alabamasummer haiku.
Her hand cups the rain,while my ears cup her laughter.Then–daylight thunder.