Picture taken of this Rainier Beach public park on October 30, 2016.
This Friday there will be a poetry reading in Phinney Ridge at the gallery known as Le Merde.
Approximately one year ago, I started publishing Cambodia Bladed on Queen Mob’s Tea House. The serial work of prose poems and black and white photography remains, even today, one of my favorite works.
I am very excited to be involved with this upcoming poetry event that is themed around and in respect for homeless veterans.
This post explores what is definitely one of the event highlights of the year for me, which occurs on November 3-6.
The following poems I wrote for my two close South Seattle friends, who both share the same birth year.
The Hiker Poet Videos are a series of videos created by me in “remote locations” as a result of hiking.
Here’s a list of all the book reviews I’ve written and published in 2016.
The following pictures are “city shots” of Hong Kong. Some of the most compelling components of the visit to Hong Kong is being bombarded by daunting buildings, densely packed in, and the people that operate around them.
The following is a poem I have written in preparation for and in spirit of the Summer Solstice.
For Tanya Holtland, Emiliana Chavez, and Barnabus Gillmon
The following is the third of three set of images I’ll be adding to my website from a recent trip to Juneau, Alaska.