Monthly Archives: September 2014

Johnny’s Gone Fishing

Next Tuesday at 7pm I’ll be the featured reader at a special Living Poetry open mic and wine tasting in Carrboro hosted by Johnny’s Gone Fishing. I’ll be reading some of my many wine poems and then we’ll have an … Continue reading

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Revision Toolbox Workshop

Yesterday afternoon I attended a Revision Toolbox Workshop given by one of my favorite Masters of Fine Arts, Pamela Taylor. Since we kept the number of attendees small, we were able to go through one poem each and take the … Continue reading

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Spark After Dark 2014

King’s Barcade was packed, as it has been the previous two years that I’ve read at Spark After Dark, with at least 200 people in the audience. Since I wasn’t going on until next to last, I got to watch … Continue reading

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Jane Avril’s Last Straw

I have two small successes to share: Jane Avril has just been reprinted on The Poetry Jar! Check her out and all the other good poetry Stacey’s been sharing there. I just realized that one of my Poems-A-Day from this … Continue reading

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Spark After Dark

A week from tonight, I’ll be reading some of my poems from Wednesday Night Regular at the Fifth Annual Spark After Dark: Erotic Poetry Burlesque Show. This will be my third time reading at this show and it is by … Continue reading

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Levi P. Morton

(Originally visited 25 October 1998) Autumn in New England was made for Sunday drives. This Sunday the leaves were just past their peak color and many of them littered the sides of the road like the campaign signs for November’s … Continue reading

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