Minus the town square and the tavern, (or rather in honor of virtual squares and literary ephemera) here is The Comet’s Tail’s first offering. Homebound Publications and Little… Read more “Broadsides”
I can’t believe it’s already day 12 with Tupelo Press and my 30/30 project. Have you been keeping up with all 96 poems? That’s 96 poems (8… Read more “Poems for Snow and Spring”
Day four of thirty with Tupelo Press. Click away. (scroll down for days 1-3.
“A poet is somebody who feels, and who expresses [her] feeling through words. This may sound easy. It isn’t.” E.E. Cummings (or e.e. cummings as he preferred) wrote this… Read more “This may sound easy. It isn’t.”
I’m excited to be part of Tupelo Press’s 30/30 project. I will be joining 173 poets who committed to this daily practice of shaping words on the… Read more “One poem a day . . . for 30 days”
Thanks to the Connecticut Poetry Society for posting my poem “Building a House” in their “members’ poems” link (see menu bar under “MORE”). You’ll also find tributes… Read more “Workmanship”
I’m looking forward to an upcoming post-Christmas family reunion. Here is one of my favorite poems from Potato Eaters, my first chapbook from Finishing Line Press. The… Read more “Escaping the hook”
truant clocks shapeshift like lamppost bulbs—following time’s ascent: evening
The moon’s fingernail scrapes a far away gazer’s thoughts, breaking open her mind, freeing a thousand love songs stoked with lunar dust.