I hope you enjoy this small selection of my work. From time to time I’ll add new material, so check back whenever the urge strikes you. Happy reading!
August 11, 2019: Click here to read “How We Live Now” and “As the Old Leaves Fall” in Mezzo Cammin.
July 16, 2019: Click here to read “Still Life with Onions” in The Ekphrastic Review.
July 1, 2019: Two of my poems, “Enturtled” and “By the Canal Across the Street,” can be read in Issue 2 of The Tiger Moth Review. To download a pdf of the issue, click here. To visit The Tiger Moth Review’s website, click here.
Here’s a summer haiku (published in Haiku Journal, 2017):
early mornings and late nights
half my life is gone
- The Music of It All
- Middle-Aged at the Millennium
- I Remember Norman Mailer
- The Powers of Twelve
- Earthperson’s Lament
- Ghazal of the Unyoung Woman
- After the News
- On Beyond Petrarch
- Power Trip
- “The Community Chorus” — A personal essay excerpted and revised from an unpublished novel manuscript, BUFFALO BRAIN, a counter-cultural coming-of-age story set in the relatively sane 1960s, long before anyone could have imagined “President Trump.”
- “Cold War” — A personal essay based on my experiences living in Debrecen, Hungary, in 1988, when the Soviet Union still existed and its troops were still stationed there.
My poetry chapbook, To-wit To-woo is available from Foothills Publishing.
To hear some original music by my muse, click here.
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