What We Can Promise

Happy December! I am delighted to begin this, my second-favorite month, by announcing the publication of a new poem in Mojave Heart Review! (@MojaveHeart, if you’re on Twitter.) I’m less delighted by its theme. It was written in response to the Hill and Woolsey and Camp Fires, as they devoured homes and lives in California … More What We Can Promise

Duck, Duck, Goose

Read it here in Mojave Heart Review or read below:   Duck, Duck, Goose   Why am I pleased with the rattle and shout of the towhee? Intrusive, right? Didn’t I say I like a quiet morning?   The train fills up at seven a.m. with the hue and cry of these people — no … More Duck, Duck, Goose

Chaparral Fragments

Hello friends, I’m excited to announce that I’ve got some poems up just today, in the October 2018 issue of Mojave Heart Review! Loosely, MHR seeks a desert theme. No desert-dweller, I’m surprised how perennially fascinated I am by spare and arid landscapes, how much I’ve begun to seek them out. I suppose it’s not … More Chaparral Fragments