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Without editors, the voices of writers who choose not to self-publish would have little chance of being nurtured or heard. Words would stagnate on post-it-notes and envelopes; in notebooks stacked in closets and files in computers. Reading would be laborious … Continue reading

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“Hang on, Ashley,” I said when the red and blue lights flashed in my rear view mirror. “There’s a cop behind me.” I moved towards the shoulder of Highway 13 to let him pass. He declined my offer. “I have … Continue reading

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It’s a great pleasure to announce the advance copies of The Glass Sponge shipped today. I’m also pleased to announce the official launch of my new website. Please take a trip around the site—there are interesting things to see and … Continue reading

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In the January/February issue of Poets & Writers magazine, poet and critic Reagan Upshaw delivers four pages of put-downs (disguised as advice) devised to dissuade poets from stepping on the literary playing field. Upshaw begins “Reality Check / A simple … Continue reading

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If it were the 1960′s, the foster children I help might sing me this song… “Help me if you can I’m feeling down and I do appreciate you coming round. Help me get my feet back on the ground. Won’t … Continue reading

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