New Poem in CANARY

New Poem in CANARY

I have a new poem in the Spring Equinox edition of CANARY-A LITERAY JOURNAL OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS. Check it out!http://canarylitmag.org/contents.php#784
Late Lights

Late Lights

https://burstandbloom.bandcamp.com/album/late-lights Hey guys, when I’m not busy cranking out poems, essays, short stories, and travel photos, I also participate in this cool little spoken word ensemble: LATE LIGHTS. As half of the duo (Mr. Rick Libby is my better...
Call My Name

Call My Name

Growing up, I had never gone camping. Sure, there were one or two backyard sleepovers with other boys in my church, and I’d once spent an unfortunate evening with my father and brother Brian in a neighbor’s leaky cabin—my father had been fighting with my mother again...
Unconfirmed

Unconfirmed

EXHIBIT #1 The first night in our new house, I had a dream about a woman who lived under the floor. She smelled raw, and cried as she pulled her body between the wide pine planks. I wanted to help her but felt that would be rude somehow. She quieted when she took me...
Poethood/Fatherhood: Jim Daniels

Poethood/Fatherhood: Jim Daniels

Being a poet and a dad has been a challenging but wonderful experience for me. Just this week, I was going through an old folder of poem drafts from when my children Ramsey and Rosalie were young (they’re 23 and 25 now) and being reminded of things they said...