No Regrets

Pleased to unveil “No Regrets,” another new work for January 2023, appearing in the latest issue (#5) of Rabble Review.   Rabble is a digital, mobile-based online progressive periodical, with a distinctly working class focus.   This particular issue theme  “explores shared spaces and connections we need, too often lack, and can yet restore” – our humanity. Continue reading “No Regrets”

The Creek that Was a River / Huevos

New work for the new year. Happy to be part of the January, 2023 edition of “Whimsical Poet: A Journey of Contemporary Poetry,” a fine collection edited by Sarah Altman, available at Amazon for purchase. “The Creek that Used to Be a River” and “Huevos” are my contributions (reprinted here). Check out the links andContinue reading “The Creek that Was a River / Huevos”

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”

Melodicas and Gorillaz

My son Jude goes to college in St. Pete, so for an early birthday gift, I bought him tickets to Gorillaz in Orlando (10/21/2022) and I was chuffed in that he still wanted to go with his old man. He got into Gorillaz as a teenager as he started to explore music more independently, beyondContinue reading “Melodicas and Gorillaz”

A Mythology

Really pleased to see my poem “A Mythology” included in the latest edition of Rabble Review, a uniquely cool digital, mobile-based progressive periodical you can download onto your phone: https://rabblereview.com/ “As a leftist platform, Rabble Review is interested in works that examine critically the capitalist societies we live in, or explore visions of post-capitalist possibility.”Continue reading “A Mythology”