Whoa, thanks to Yay L.A. Magazine for publishing 2 more new poems of mine! “Familial Costume” about the adventures of dressing up as your spouse, along with “I Don’t Want to Go Long” (a tribute to those of us who think that before we get up to do our time at the microphone.) Thanks Yay LA! (and check out all the other cool stuff there!!) L.A.!! Check ‘em out here.
An epic poem about Matzah. Written for Craig Taubman’s “Downtown Seder” at the Pico Union Project, April 2014. If you need the text for any reason here’s a PDF.
Thanks to the folks at Yay L.A. Magazine for publishing my poem “Earthquake Poem” today along with a cool photo by Yang Yi. I wrote this a couple of months ago after my friend Zach Singer sent me an “emergency” request to write a poem about the 20th Anniversary of the Northridge Earthquake…which occurred a couple of days before the first Tuesday night open reading at the Cobalt Cobalt Cafe. (Just a month or so before I started hosting that weekly event in 1994.) Thanks Yay L.A.! Check out the poem here.
Thanks to Sarah Kobrinsky, the Poet Laureate of Emeryville, California for publishing “We are all poets” – an interview with me! Click here to read it.
I won the 2014 #FantasyPoetrySlam with #TeamGotham with this poem. Check out all the entries here.
Check out Cat and Banana, a new daily web-comic about the adventures of a cat and banana. Proud to be working on this new project with L.A. Poet Brendan Constantine!
A poem for Pete Seeger (1919-2014) in loving memory.
Thanks so much to Limmud‘s “On One Leg” project for including my new poem “Vayigash” for this week’s Torah Portion in their weekly emailing! Check out a video of me reading the poem below along with the text here: http://limmud.org/publications/limmudononeleg/5774/vayigash/#another
My newest and free-est e-book of poetry “Unrequited Potato is now available to download here. It includes new poems, including a couple from my forthcoming full length collection “The Gettysburg Undress” as well as the title poem in which potatoes are expected, but not achieved. Did I mention it’s FREE? Click here to download it.
Wow! Huge thanks to Cyrus Web, interviewing pioneer of the electronic stratosphere, for the 5 star review he wrote for “Nothing in New England is New” on Amazon.com. Check out the review here!