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It's national poetry month and I have a new poem published


The Rapid River just published a poem I wrote. It is featured in the April 2006 issue. I guess I'm on a roll. I think the poetry editor has published four or five of my poems in the last eight months. Furthermore, I have been invited to read some of those poems at a best of Rapid River poetry reading on June 22nd at Malaprop's Bookstore/Café. Details are pending, but it looks like six local poets will be reading their work that evening. I'll update the new EVENTS section (located in the left column) as information is available. Regarding the published poem, Values: II--it is part of a series of poems I'm tentatively calling Elements of Design. Surprisingly it stands well on its own, but I have a hard time reading it without knowing its sibling poems.

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