Tag Archives: poems

New Art Project – Beneath the Remains

I have some new poetry posted over at Beneath the Remains. Of Tide and Time, by Hanakia Zedek What I Create, by William Ricci This is Life, by William Ricci Beneath the Remains is about: “Here we focus on raw images and words from the ruins, from the real world that is often swept away, […]
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Poetry Month – Poems by Hosai Ozaki

The following are a selection of haiku poems from Right under the big sky, I don’t wear a hat, the haiku and prose of Hosai Ozaki. I look back at the shore, not one footprint let The cigarette is dead, I cast away the loneliness Dead leaves shake down the trees and broom the blue […]
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Stone Path Review – Winter 2014

I am proud to announce that we just finished the Winter 2014 issue of Stone Path Review.  You are able to view it online, as a flip-book, or download a PDF.  This issue features poetry, photography, a short story, and an interview with the director of a mountain guide training school located in Alaska and […]
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Book Teaser – Beyond the Border Kingdom

The poem below is a teaser from my first collection that will be published in a couple of months.  I am finishing up the selection list and completing the final edits.  It will be titled “Beyond the Border Kingdom” and is an attempt to look beyond the daily struggle, the lack of answers, too many […]
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Book Review – Sugartown

The following is a book review I completed for Stone Path Review. Review of “Sugartown”, by Kevin Zepper Publisher: Finishing Line Press, 2012 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Sugartown-Kevin-Zepper/dp/1599249820/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1377393099&sr=8-2&keywords=kevin+zepper “Sugartown” is the fourth book from Minnesota-based author Kevin Zepper. In this poetry collection, the title and lead poem are homage to harvesting sugar near Moorhead, MN. Through a writing […]
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2013 Poetry Month #12 – John Haines

I had hoped to showcase poetry each day for National Poetry Month, but other obligations diverted my attention and time.  For the last day of April, I have chosen poetry from John Haines – a writer whose work and style, along with his time living in Alaska, really influenced and changed my own style, and […]
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Spring 2013 Stone Path Review

The Spring 2013 edition of Stone Path Review is now online here. The PDF and printed version will be available soon. As Winter slowly becomes Spring, we celebrate National Poetry Month, and the power and majestic beauty of nature and the mind. Featured in this issue is an interview with writer Regina Bou and work […]
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New Books on the Shelf

Received a great package from Amazon today. The latest collection of poems from D. Nurkse, “A Night in Brooklyn”, and “Airmail”, the letters of Robert Bly and Tomas Transtromer. Mr. Nurkse was part my shift to a more concise and efficient writing style, that also assists tremendously in the editing process. I have read six […]
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