As I’ve probably said before in a post, the benefit of having a shoddy memory is forgetting poems I’ve written, which means when I read them again,… Read more “First Order of Business”
I like to think my hearing is excellent, but I have no proof of that. If anything, I have evidence to the contrary. I mishear things all… Read more “The Benefits of Mishearing”
This isn’t a post about the eclipse except that the upcoming event worked its way into a poem. Strangely, I thought I was going to write something… Read more “Eclipse (new poem)”
Dug this one out of the virtual bin of rejected poems. I rather like it. A Girl I Might Have Known Ink in her eyes and an… Read more “A Girl I Might Have Known”
I’m thrilled that Cold Creek Review nominated one of my poems for the Best of the Net Anthology. You can read the piece here.
I often write about religion, owing to a rather odd upbringing. While I’m not always comfortable vocalizing my thoughts about Christianity (at least, the peculiar variation that… Read more “Cranberry the Younger, Repent!”
Thoughts of a Brain Not Ready to Sleep I never thought the tide would turn, and it didn’t, so except for the girl in the auburn sweater… Read more “Thoughts of a Brain Not Ready for Sleep”