I’m excited to announce the release of my first spoken word album! 23 tracks of poetry including 13 studio recordings, 8 live tracks, a “Fake” live track and an afterthought! (Not to mention special appearances from the entire Constantine family!) it will be like you were there!
Click here to sample tracks and get your own CD or digital copy!
Thanks to Gwendolyn K. Billings for publishing this sweet review of my most recent book Making Love to the 50 Ft. Woman in the Topanga Messenger! (Along with books by Jean Colonomos and Millicent Accardi – so cool to be in their company!) Check out the review here, and read a few poems (and dare I say get yourself a copy) here.
Thank you Silver Birch Press for publishing my poem “The Never Ending Apartments of My Youth” as part of their “When I Moved” series. (I wrote this poem for them!) Check it out here.
I’m in love with Cadence Collective! They just published another one of my poems, this time “Grown Up” – check it out here and thank you Cadence Collective!
Excited to report my poem “Upon Seeing a Recent Photo of You” written for Brendan Constantine was just published by Cadence Collective. Love these guys. Check it out here.
My poem “Learning to Ride” was just published by Silver Birch Press as part of their “Learning to Ride” series…Thanks SBP! Check out the poem here.
Check out my poem “How I Met My Mothers” newly published by the good folks at Cadence Collective! Read it here.
My poems “Somewhere Over Canada” and “Show Yourself Dublin” from my forthcoming book “Romancing the Blarney Stone” just got published on Sappho’s Torque, poet Angélique Jamail’s blog. Click here to read it and thanks Angélique!
Excited to report my poem “I’ve Been Looking Into Hats and I Don’t Like What I See” was just published by Silver Birch Press as part of their “My Mane Memories” series. Thanks SBP! Check it out here: (along with a picture of me from 1983.)
Thanks so much to the Nervous Breakdown and Rich Ferguson for inviting me to do a “Self Interview”. It was an interesting experience and I almost walked out on myself self several times. Read the self-interview here, and see the poem “Next Time Down” which they published along with it here.