Game of Telephone – New Poem

Pleased to share another new poem of mine, “Game of Telephone,” which appears in the latest issue of Feminine Collective, a fine online publication featuring poems and stories by writers dealing in “humanity, raw and unfiltered.” Authenticity as the compass. Founded a decade ago, by writer/model Julie Anderson, FC’s mission is to empower, educate, andContinue reading “Game of Telephone – New Poem”

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”

St. Pete

Recently my son Jude was on the beach in St. Pete with his girlfriend Abby, playing a bit of guitar, and a passerby took these shots, shared with him, later shared with me, and now, shared with you. They are so moving to me, because in them, I see him as the young man heContinue reading “St. Pete”

The Kephart Crow

Pleased to unveil a new poem of mine, “The Kephart Crow,” in the latest edition of The Canopic Jar, an excellent literary zine and press that I’ve been fortunate enough to contribute to over the years, in various guises. Thank you to Phil Rice for including this one. Formerly based in the Nashville area, CanopicContinue reading “The Kephart Crow”

Thunder – New Poem

Pleased to share another new poem of mine, “Thunder,” which appears in the latest issue of Feminine Collective, a fine online publication featuring poems and stories by writers dealing in “humanity, raw and unfiltered.”   Authenticity.   Founded a decade ago, by writer/model Julie Anderson, FC’s mission is to empower, educate and entertain and I’m thankful toContinue reading “Thunder – New Poem”