Edgar Allan Poe Meets Stevie Nicks

I originally published post this back in February of 2014, but since today is Poe’s birthday, I thought it would be a good time to update some of the information (the old video was a bad link) and sing a song for him again. Although she is a classy, gorgeous woman, I am not sure…

Walt Whitman’s Thursday Love Poem

Time for a Thursday Love Poem. Since it’s been a while, take a moment to skip back to the poem that started it all: “Thursday,” by Edna St. Vincent Millay. That first Thursday Love Poem feature was posted almost five years ago, and you can check it out with my reading of that little piece…

Jayhawks, Rainy Day Saturday Songs

It’s a very sunny Saturday here in northeast Pennsylvania, but I’ve got Rainy Day Music on my mind and literally, on my laptop. I’ve been listening today to the 2003 album, by the Jayhawks. You may have read the recent post about poet Seth Pennington of Sibling Rivalry Press asking me if it was alright…

Review of Marjorie Maddox’s True, False, None of the Above

I’m happy to have an overdue review of Marjorie Maddox’s collection, True, False, None of the Above in the spring issue of Whale Road Review. It just came out last week, and you should take a look. Issue 10 includes several solid essays and reviews along with many fine works by poets and short fiction…

A River Town Homecoming, Reading at the Ross Library

I’ve been updating my Events page with more and more upcoming poetry readings and what not. One of the most exciting is rather poetic. Next Saturday, January 27th, I’ll be reading in my old hometown. Just weeks after starting a new job as a library director, I’ll have the honor of going back to my…

The Chapbooks Are Here!

Finally, my author copies of Moons, Roads, and Rivers have arrived! The press was running behind, and the holidays slowed things down even more, but here the little lovelies are and I’m very happy with them. Since my batch came straight from the printer, the preorder copies will be a few days yet before they…