My former coworker and all-around talented lady Christina Claassen was busy preparing works for the employee art show at Village Books in Bellingham, WA. She had asked me last spring if she could use some of my prose poems as a jumping off point. I told her to run with it. On my last day […]
I am off to a busy week, so please stand by. Next week I have an amazing guest blogger, so sit tight and enjoy the photographs. They were all taken from my porch in Bellingham this afternoon.
Let me start out by saying that my situation is nothing like the division of Germany after WWII. I have not been separated from the rest of my city, country or had my freedoms restricted by a totalitarian regime. But the metaphor of wall may work. Some of you know that I have spent the […]
I want this blog to remain largely focused on queer writers, their work and the writing life. I also have not wanted to post my own poems or go on about my personal life. I find my day to day life tedious at best. I don’t think any other person would seek out this blog […]