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The Rage Warehouse is about when I worked at MIT and would travel to Boston before work to chant NamMyoHoRengeKyo with the other Buddhists before work. Returning on Massachusetts Avenue I noticed that the storage warehouse across from MIT's main entrance had its sign...
A nice bunch! My poem "A Last Visit" (Third Prize winner, Connecticut River Review) is the very last poem (which is nice because people often read the first and last poem of a collection).
7PM. Come hear this reading with my friends Mary Buchinger and Hilary Sallick. We are on the board of New England Poetry Club together and have been critiquing our poems for one another for many years. We each have our own style but they have been such excellent...
My poem The Moth received a citation for the Founders Award contest. Yay! There were 337 entries so it is an honor.
I have a poem in the Spring 2019 Issue of this online journal. It's called A Posthumous Visit to Her Studio and I wrote it after visiting the exhibit of Georgia O'Keefe's work and artifacts from her studio at the Peabody Essex Museum. In the poem I imagine I've...
New England Poetry Club poets reading from 2:30-3PM in the Poetry Tent at the Cambridge River Fest. That's me, Mary Buchinger and Hilary Sallick! (Also from the Board, Marjorie Schwartz Thomsen at 3-3:45.)
I love Somerville’s Honk! Festival. The local paper printed my poem about it last October.
It's old but interesting. By Doug Holder. Published in AuthorsDen.
I participated in this great Somerville News Writer’s Festival a long time ago.