Category Archives: Poems
Once again, I’m playing catch-up. My last post here was in October of last year, but that should not be taken to mean that nothing has happened since then. A lot has. There have been several developments on the art … Continue reading
A Canadian arts organization, Book Excellence Awards, has informed me that Food for a Journey has been chosen as the winner of the organization’s 2016 Book Excellence Award for Poetry. A year ago, when the book first appeared, my publisher … Continue reading
The summer has sped by, and I find myself playing catch-up with this post about my joint poetry reading with Carol Jennings on July 10 at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda. The reading went well, although on a smaller scale … Continue reading
The May 22 reading with Carol Jennings at the Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C., was a great success. We had a standing-room-only crowd of approximately 100 that included family members, personal friends, and friends of poetry generally. Carol … Continue reading
Since my last post, I have had three public readings from Food for a Journey. At the first, on January 31, at a reception for community volunteers, thirty-odd neighbors listened attentively to “Bargain Hunters.” Afterwards, some of those listeners were kind … Continue reading
With lots of expert help from Maureen Ward — see the Welcome! page — and several bouts of what seemed like hand-to-hand combat with the intricacies of WordPress, I have succeeded in incorporating into the website the content that I … Continue reading
My first book of poems has been published by Antrim House, Simsbury, Connecticut.