Tag Archives: Poetry

On Small Fires, Little Flames

I wrote Small Fires, Little Flames while I was writing Talk of Happiness.  In some ways, I see these two books as complementary, so it makes sense that they should come out, more or less, together.  Plus, it suits my … Continue reading

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Preorder Small Fires, Little Flames TODAY!

Presales for Small Fires, Little Flames begin today.  Click here and preorder your copy, and it’ll ship hot off the presses on August 11th.  This presale period won’t last forever.  So act now!  (Presale period ends June 16th, Bloom’s Day.)

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Finishing Line Press to Publish “Small Fires, Little Flames”

Thanks to Leah Maines and everyone at Finishing Line Press for accepting “Small Fires, Little Flames” for publication.  This is my second chapbook with Finishing Line, and I look forward to the experience.

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On the Novel: The Continuing Adventures…

I have been meaning to write something on my progress here for a few months, but for some reason I’m having a difficult time formulating what it is exactly I want to say.  Not that I usually know what I’m … Continue reading

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Upcoming Reading

I will be a featured reader (reading poems) Friday, May 6th at 7 PM at The Hampton Coffee Company, 749 County Rd. 39A (next to the BMW dealer), Southampton, NY 11968.  Thank you, Maggie Bloomfield for inviting me to read.

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Oh, Where, Oh, Where?

It’s been a while since I last reflected on my progress with the novel, so I thought I’d check in.  It’s a very different process, novel writing, from even writing long sequential poems with an implied narrative, which I’ve done before. … Continue reading

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On Eloquence*

I don’t subscribe entirely to the notion that there is nothing new to say under the sun.  Though the human predicament hasn’t changed much in the last ten thousand years – we suffer ourselves to be born, navigate through a … Continue reading

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