Most of the poetry in this book I did in a writing group at Folk Time, a program that helps people recover from mental illness. I write for fun but also as a kind of therapy. How it all happens I don't really know. But I deal with things that trouble, intrigue, confuse, and please most of us: Friends, family, parents, pets, love, loneliness, sex, school, and books. My favorite poets are James Joyce, W.H. Auden, Emily of course, and Ginsberg. Joyce wrote better novels, but I like his poems. Sylvia Plath I can't comprehend except in small doses.
A collection of magical realism flash fiction, including, but not limited to: a coffee shop as a post-apocalyptic way-station; the real use for those stretchy bands worn on wrists; and what happens to the gods after they are forgotten
A book of poetry and prose about life inspired by the people I watched live it.
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