My education in Poetry gives me unique perspectives when applied to blogging, editing, creative writing, or other business communications. In addition to my own publication, Bathos Journal, my work has been included in several poetry anthologies such as Graffiti Rag, Mike and Dale’s Younger Poets, Columbia Poetry Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review. Use the contact link above to inquire about reprint permissions.
Bathos Journal: Edited by Daniel S. Mosher with Carrie Malloy (Issue #1) and Michael Staples (Issue #2)
Issue #1: “An American Tropic”
Issue #2: “Swamp Connie”
Graffiti Rag: edited by Hayan Charara
Issue Number Three: “An American Beauty” and “A Personal Poem in Which the Poet Doesn’t Even Mention AIDS: Chicago, IL”
Issue Number Four: “An American Avocado”
Mike and Dale’s Younger Poets: Edited by Dale Smith and Michael Price
Issue 7: “Gringo”
Columbia Poetry Review: Columbia College Chicago
No. 9: “Inpatient”
No. 10: “From Twelve Days in the Life of Saint Hymie (Mama Cass died for your sins)”
No. 11: “An American Cactus” and “Strong Women”
Spoon River Poetry Review: Illinois State University (ISU), edited by Professor Lucia Getsi
Volume XXII, Number 1: “I Like Ike (A song for Formica Palmfrond)”
Detail: The Poor Poet (German: Der arme Poet) is the best known and most popular painting by German painter Carl Spitzweg. It was executed in 1839 and had three versions.