10/11/15

Things have still been quiet lately, which is my own fault. Though we did move, and I am trying to find myself again.

In May I was a poetry carnival barker with the incomparable Joey Gould. It was a windy day but we pulled it off.

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Last month I attended the last installment of Theater of Words and Music, which was bittersweet. I did read a few poems I am still working on, and it was a nice gathering, a nice send off. I will miss this community of talented writers, artists, and musicians.

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I have to make a conscious effort to get back into writing and submitting and becoming the person I used to be, or at least thought I was.

I have taken a position as a social media intern for Narrative Technologies. I wrote more about this on the blog page of this site, however, I would love for you to follow us along and interact with us as much as you’d like. Here are the links: Zoetic Press Facebook / Zoetic Press Twitter/ Lithomobilus Facebook /Lithomobilus Twitter

I am hoping to have more news soon, just please, if you know me, yell in my face constantly that I should be writing and not goofing off watching reruns of Bob’s Burgers.

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5/1/15– Things have been quiet as of late. However, I read at the March gathering for Theater of Words and Music in Salem, MA, and there was a write-up about it here; Golden Walkman revisited some of their favorite features from 2014, including my poem “Lust”, and I will be preforming as a carnival barker at the Mass Poetry Festival Poetry Carnival tomorrow from 11-2 at the Salem Commons!

My writing is still stagnant. I have so many ideas and so little time, and when I do have the time I am not comfortable enough to get into my writing stride. Being in a basement for 10 months has not been kind to me.
A few friends have published works that can be found on the links page.
The Antioch community lost a peer last week, Daniel Reinhold. He was a brilliant and sweet man. His loss hurts.

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Me, reading a new poem at TWM