New poem out, thanks to the fine folks at Feminine Collective for the post/publication. This one is called “Jazz,” but you know it’s about more than that. Read on and enjoy!
Happy to be appearing at this year’s Southern Festival of Books on the “Bards of Nashville” panel. A tall order for me and Mr. Olney, but hey, we both write songs and poetry. Conversation, dialogue, readings – Nashville Public Library Conference Room 3, at 1 p.m. Signing on the colonnade at 2. I shallContinue reading “Southern Festival of Books – October 11”
The hits keep coming as two more nice reviews of Unopened roll in, from two of our favorite cities. Enjoy the blurbs and the links. “Clever and insightful…gentle and reflective poetry…food for the soul….if you don’t usually read poetry then you should give Doug Hoekstra’s book a try, because good poetry is always an enjoyableContinue reading “Unopened – Liverpool to Seattle”
Shot of yours truly reading from the new book, “Unopened” at Chuck Beard’s East Side Storytellin’ 152 last week, May 7. James Rotondi did a fab job playing, as well, and you can see more shots, and listen to the whole thing, reliving the magic at the link below. East Side Storytellin’ 152 – TheContinue reading “East Side Storytellin”
Pleased to be featured in Chapter 16, “a community of Tennessee writers, readers, and passersby” set up by Tennessee Humanities. They featured “Impermanence,“ a selection from my new book, Unopened, along with a plug for my Tuesday, May 7th reading at Post East (East Side Storytellin’) here in Nashville. Enjoy! “Impermanence”