|Publisher:||Finishing Line Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
He taught English and humanities at Middlesex Community College for several years, served as religion editor of Encyclopaedia Britannica for eight years, teaches comparative religion in Norwich University's online degree completion division, and serves as associate editor of poetry for West Texas Literary Review.
His film criticism has appeared in Killing the Buddha and in Journal of Religion and Film. poems have appeared in Oddball Magazine, Three Line Poetry, the Unrorean, Coup D'Etat, the Penmen Review, Babbling of the Irrational, Wilderness House Literary Review, and Poppy Road Review.
He also makes short "poemfilms" of his poems and of select favorite classic poems, and uploads them to his YouTube channel. He has self-published three short ebooks of poetry: The Long Contraction: Twelve Rejected Poems; Winter: Four Poems; and Incandescent Nothing: Short Poems and Aborted Lyrics. This is his first print collection.
Table of Contents
Whatever gives birth to poetry 1
Injuring Eternity at Boott Mills 4
I wonder about the rain 7
Lost bobber by the Merrimack 8
A voided tree 10
Lunch break at the temp job 11
The Shiners 12
Rush hour in Newmarket 13
A bent rainbow 14
Just near twilight, Mid-November 15
The coming dark 17
Kearney Square (Fragment) 18
Me near the Breakwater (P-Town, 6/21/08) 19