At the Soup Wagon – New Poem

Pleased to unveil “At the Soup Wagon,” a new scribbling of mine that appears in the latest issue (#6) of Rabble Review, page 38. Rabble is a digital, mobile-based online progressive periodical, with a distinctly working class focus.  This particular issue/theme  “takes a critical look at the daily grind and the toll it takes onContinue reading “At the Soup Wagon – New Poem”

Door is Ajar – Gravel & The Town Tamer

Many thanks to the fine literary journal Door is Ajar for including two new poems of mine, “Gravel” and “The Town Tamer,” in their new Winter 2022 issue. The Door is an online and print journal, and this issue appears on the newsstands for the first time, in Barnes and Nobles and Books A MillionContinue reading “Door is Ajar – Gravel & The Town Tamer”

No Fear

Happy to have a new essay of mine titled “No Fear,” published in the latest edition of Two Cities Review, a fine literary magazine with roots in Brooklyn and Chicago. As the editors say in their header, this one is a “story about the holiday season that will get you thinking about Christmas in aContinue reading “No Fear”

Reading Moby Dick

DONE Ah, the great white whale…finally slayed. All my life I’ve been a wordsmith, writing songs, stories, poems, essays, teaching English Composition, and working as a grant writer. My B.A. was in English/Creative Writing; my M.Ed. in English/education. But, I have a couple of confessions to make. First off, I don’t think words are endContinue reading “Reading Moby Dick”