Who’s Laughing Now?

My poem, “Inter-Subjective Affect,” has been published in Oxford Poetry XVI.i. As in the Oxford University, Magdalen College, poetry journal.

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Does A Rose Is a Rose Ever Bloom?

In June Cotner’s latest anthology, Earth’s Blessings: Prayers, Poems and Meditations, published by Viva Press, she chose “pieces that authentically speak to the earth and to the intricate ties that bind us to it.”

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How Do You Say Anthology?

My poem, “Eureka! Corner Drugstore, Slushy March Afternoon,” has been published in The Great American Wise Ass Poetry Anthology.

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When Is a Win is a Win is a Win?

To enter contests or not. To pay to submit poetry or not. These are serious and debated questions among serious and debating poets. The truth is money and poetry don’t mix well in our culture, yet they are, of necessity, bedfellows. I can see both sides and, as a...

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Can There Ever Be Enough Sunshine?

A visit to the Boca Raton Museum of Art on a recent rainy January afternoon provided another kind of sunshine, Norman Sunshine, to be exact, and his exhibit DAMES, a series of digitally manipulated portraits of 25 influential women, mostly of uncertain age. He created...

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How Do They Do What They Do?

It’s not often that in the space of three hours, you can hear poetry craft talks and discussions by National Book Award winners and U.S. Poet Laureates. But some variation of this happens every January at the legendary Palm Beach Poetry Festival, founded by Miles...

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