Showing posts with label wine. Show all posts
Showing posts with label wine. Show all posts

Thursday, July 3, 2014

I'm Big in West Africa

I'm almost as big as fufu.
This is the second time I've been published in West Africa (remember when I wrote that poem Erica Shumener?)The Ehanom Review, a literary publication based in Ghana has put a poem of mine up online. Read it while drinking a nice palm wine.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Is It Nothing to You, All Who Click Through?

The lovely, understanding, endlessly creative and sympathetic Quail Bell magazine has published a piece I wrote. Finally, some more prose credits to my name. Even better, it's not fiction! So if you can't stand poetry and want writing to be about "reality," here's something for you, you Bourgeois Philistine (Philatelists are cool though).

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Talk about the Look of Robot Pity in the Year of the Tiger

Three poems of mine are present in the Barefoot Review. One of them goes all the way back to my senior year poetry class at NYU. We had to take one another's lines and assemble them into a new work. You can probably tell which one of the poems was constructed that way. Look at me Professor Fitterman! I'm making good!

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Friday, December 23, 2011

Ben Nardolilli's 350th Post

Check out five poems of mine posted at blue & yellow dog. Oh, and I have three poems up at Crack the Spine. Get yourself some literary chiropractic care.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

A Defense of Manischewitz Wine

A new poem of mine is up at A Bad Penny Review. For all of you who like the sweet stuff and don't sweat it when other people make fun of you for it, here is the verse you've been waiting for. Bonus points and the tip of my glass if you can identify the source of the quote at the top.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Yes, I'm in Yes, Poetry

Read two poems of mine in the latest issue of Yes, Poetry. The first one is an updated attempt at a troubadour poem, taken from my poetry collection "The Contemporary Wing." If anyone is wondering what a sommelier is, well, look it up. See, you always learn something new at Lo Specchio e La Spugna.