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Random facts stalkers don’t know…

I grew up in a tough neighborhood. (don’t stereotype me) I was in a band. (for about 5 minutes) I was in a few movies. (another 5 minutes) I wrote my first “novel”at the age of 11. (an angst ridden … Continue reading

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Audio Book

I have a tentative release date for West End on Audio – November 4th! West End – hard copy available now.

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Dreams of Mr. Rabbit

My Poem, title above, will appear in Leprechauns and Love to be released in March! Painting the roses, I still think of you……..

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Kisses

My Poem  – The Kiss – will be published in the August/September issue of Pilcrow and Dagger  

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Where the Poet Roams

  Dark, dirty streets live in my mind broken brick alleyways, the color of blood in the midnight. Streetlamps from another era fasten me here for a short while. The warm stickiness of old city grime, it’s endless, never removed. … Continue reading

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The Girl I Loved in Middle School – Fiction

My short fiction story, “The Girl I loved in Middle School”, will be published by Number Eleven Magazine! “Bruce was a six foot-two inch, two hundred and fifty pound eight grader who grew facial hair that matched the tufts sticking … Continue reading

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At night – an untitled poem

At night, silence feels thick in your ears. The clean air slips easily into your lungs. You become sharply aware of the ocean and the sky moving with you. Sleep comes deeply. (Originally published in The Northridge Review)

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