Monday Morning Poems, an Excerpt link, and A Small Ranty Thing About This Country

Good morning, lovelies… I am exhausted this morning from a fantastic family weekend so I’ll keep try to keep this short. The very cool Jonathan Penton at Unlikely Stories was kind enough to accept this How To Be An American poem to add to what is a great collection for the May issue of Unlikely… Continue reading Monday Morning Poems, an Excerpt link, and A Small Ranty Thing About This Country

Sucker Literary Magazine Bloghop: The Writing Process

  Howdy So my buddy Robert over at Middle Grade Ninja tagged me in this Writing Process Blog Hop. That’s the cover of his novel up there! Here’s how it works: Robert posts his blog about the writing process (read it here) and then tags me and a week later it’s my turn and I,… Continue reading Sucker Literary Magazine Bloghop: The Writing Process

How To Be An American poem at Crisis Chronicle

Hello again. I know I just wrote that really long post yesterday and I’m back already. What can I say? I love you guys. Just wanted to post a little thank you to John Burroughs. He runs Crisis Chronicle, a fantastic poetry site you should be reading and was kind enough to accept Americans Are… Continue reading How To Be An American poem at Crisis Chronicle

How to Be An American poem at Regardless of Authority

It’s December. When did that happen? December? The last month of 2013. It’s been a weird year. On the one hand it was all amazing with Vienna and Salzburg and Mozart’s house and driving up the coast of California and so much poetry written and read and heard and published and indian food and Chagall… Continue reading How to Be An American poem at Regardless of Authority