The Smashwords Summer Sale—Final weekend!

Just three days (Saturday/Sunday/Monday) left in the Smashwords annual summer sale. All of my books are 75% off through July 31; simply click on the Buy with coupon button, or use the coupon code SSW75 at checkout. Here are the links: This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/717550 …but for the thoughts running [...]

2017 Poetry Marathon: It’s official

It is official! I will be participating in the half-marathon portion of the 2017 Poetry Marathon. This means that, starting with the 6 o’clock hour (Pacific time) on August 5th, I will be writing and posting a new poem every hour for twelve hours. Although I write new poems daily, try to write more than [...]

The Smashwords Summer Sale—One week to go!

Just one week left in the Smashwords annual summer sale. All of my books are 75% off through the end of July; simply click on the Buy with coupon button, or use the coupon code SSW75 at checkout. Here are the links: This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/717550 …but for the thoughts [...]

The Smashwords Summer Sale—Ten days left!

Just 10 more days to go in the Smashwords annual summer sale. All of my books are 75% off through the end of July; simply click on the Buy with coupon button, or use the coupon code SSW75 at checkout. Here are the links: This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/717550 …but for [...]

The Smashwords Summer Sale—through July 31st!

Smashwords is doing their annual summer sale right now. As part of it, the e-book editions of all of my books are 75% off; simply click on the Buy with coupon button, or use the coupon code SSW75 at checkout. Here are the links: This Is Not the Book That Will Save Your Life https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/717550 …but for [...]

My next book—it’s going to be a while…

I have recently compiled a new collection of poems. Titled The Ostensible Sloth of Distress, it contains (if my count is accurate) 67 poems in the usual five sections (plus prelude and postlude). The astute observer will be asking, Wait—didn’t he just publish a new book a few weeks ago? Yes. Yes, he did. The timing has [...]

It’s in the mail!

It is that time of year again—time for Pulitzer entries… As always, I readily acknowledge that, as an unknown, self-published poet, it is unlikely that I will win a Pulitzer Prize. As long as the competition is open to anyone who meets the qualifications, though, I see no reason not to enter. This is my [...]