I Need a Jump Start

My writing battery seems to be running low lately. It’s frustrating to want to write but my brain won’t cooperate. I envy people who say they write all the time. I mean, I could write all the time but it would be boring ordinary shit and, for me, that’s a waste of time. I know … More I Need a Jump Start

Poem in Anthology: “The Larger Geometry”

I’m pleased to share that I have a poem in a new anthology published by peaceCenter Books. Proceeds benefit the interfaith peaceCenter in San Antonio, Texas which promotes Contemplative Practices, Experiential Education, and Nonviolent Actions. I’m honored to be a part of such a worthwhile cause. Books may be purchased on Amazon and will soon be … More Poem in Anthology: “The Larger Geometry”

WiTM: Love

Love, by Norwegian writer Hanne Ørstavik and translated by Martin Aitken, is a strange little book. At 125 pages it should have been a very quick read but it ended up taking me a week. I’m not sure exactly why I dreaded picking it up to read except maybe I just wasn’t in the mood … More WiTM: Love

3 Books, 3 Poets

The last three books of poetry I’ve read couldn’t be more different. Two of them, “Milk and Honey” by Rupi Kaur and “Good Bones” by Maggie Smith, came to my attention on Twitter. Did you know there’s a vibrant poetry community on Twitter? Actually, there’s a vibrant writing community there. I’ve found some fantastic books, … More 3 Books, 3 Poets