Once upon a time, I was a college student. I suppose most of us have been there before. I had several majors: International Studies, Motion Picture Production, a brief stint in Archaeology, English, Political Science, and a consideration of Physics. The only degree I ended up getting was an associates in Graphic Design. What can … Continue reading A Poem: ‘Hey, Man’
SO MY BOOK is finished. I'm satisfied with it. I've been submitting to agents and getting denied. Mostly because of word count. I've spent a few weeks whittling it down to something more acceptable and ended up with an edition some 165k words in length (original final product some 190k in length). But the more … Continue reading The Challenge of Consistent Writing
Okay, so I do have a lot of poems. Not all are really good. This one, though, fits the period of time I'm living through. What does it mean? That things are just random. I was going for a rhythm based process, if I remember correctly. So, it isn't in a literary sense sort of … Continue reading A Poem: ‘Randomnity’
I started writing my book Red Star Sheriff roughly two years ago. I'm happy to report that I finished all the major edits to it within the last few weeks (though wordcount seems to be a sticking point on getting it published through a traditional venue--so I still have to evaluate that angle). I've been … Continue reading And It’s Done! …Sort of.