A poetry toy

I’ve been spending more time scripting than writing of late, but poetry is definitely in the mix. My just finished project shuffles poems — mostly a toy, but I’ll be using it to work on another poetry/scripting project. The screenshot below…

The Long Path to page 250

And now I’ve moved my ongoing Internet memoir-blog-thingy The Long Path onto this Website. If you’re interested in checking it out, the way in is here:  http://outerchildpoetry.com/THE%20LONG%20PATH.htm. Like this:Like Loading…

the Ladder poems

Third, copies of the two 365-line poems I wrote in 1995 and 2005, one line per day. (I’m not planning to do it again in 2015, by the way, but we’ll see.) http://outerchildpoetry.com/BL.htm http://outerchildpoetry.com/LL.htm   Like this:Like Loading…

A children’s book (just kidding)

Another thing from my old Website, demonstrating that on no account should I be permitted to produce an actual children’s book: http://outerchildpoetry.com/Plubb.htm Like this:Like Loading…

Lee Wilson, RIP

My school decided to shut down my old personal Website–actually to shut down the entire category of Web addresses it belonged to. I’ll be moving a few things over here; the first is a memorial page to my friend Lee…

Q&A with Sari Krosinsky

This interview first appeared on Justin Bienvenue’s author website. What can you tell us about your latest book, “god-chaser”? The poems in “god-chaser” are all about relationships—between lovers, friends, co-workers, brothers and sisters, gods and men. Most of it is…