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Pen, referencing a glossary of soul, scratches out excess to clarify Eternity, finger-holds, tenuous at best, dignify the mount of a marvelously impossible task. Advertisements
Review of Charles Bukowski’s Storm for the Living and the Dead, appearing in Riot Material. “Baby . . . I’m a genius but nobody knows it but me.” — Bukowski, Factotum As a bottom-feeding, hardscrabble Walt Whitman, Bukowski sang of himself, … Continue reading
Cover reveal for Once Upon a Time: Classic Fables Reimagined. I had the fun assignment of adapting fifteen classic fables, to be paired with the vintage illustrations of Paul Bransom (which originally appeared in the 1921 book, An Argosy of … Continue reading
Moon turning blood-red, tides roiling, writer signs crosses to stand Time’s test, sound and fury bridled through carnal lightning and soil of pen.
Slowed to deepen tracks, devotion marks the way through– Time’s storied passage.
To lance a staid form, with crab-claws bent on rupture– How masters shift course.
Locomotive-brained, roar and let of angels blood– Tracks vetting heaven.
I pressed against the sun, slow lance of burning, while the other, at a distance, watches– benign indifference the stranger’s claim on his own life passing