Thanks so much for reading "Chresmographion", and commenting!
Thanks for stopping by my poem, Paul, and for your kind comments.
Paul, thank you for taking the time to read and for your very lovely comment on The Invite. Deeply appreciated. You're a doll for the 'fav'.
Thanks Paul for commenting on "You Should Change at Jamaica". This short woke me at 3 a.m. to begin composing. From pencil to keyboard, new juices flowed half the day. I have the black thumb drive here if you want to take it for a ride!
Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment for "The Family of Unsharpened Pencils" Paul.
It really helps.
I'm a big fan of Jung. Just tweeted the other day about synchronicity - then read The Twentieth Floor... *
Paul, thanks for your words on my poem, "The Bed"; am enjoying your work very much -- especially the almost dream-like "Twentieth Floor". It reaches into the microscope!
Thanks for reading and commenting on my recent piece
Thanks for reading Jesus Christ, Paul. Welcome back. Look forward to reading your work again.
Hello, Paul. Thank you so much for your kind comments on "bird." Also so glad to hear that you lived in Madrid! My husband and I went there, briefly on our honeymoon. There really was a store that sold only springs. We loved many things about the city, but the spring store was the thing that lodged itself in my memory. Looking forward to reading your work.
Thank you for your comment on "Toothed and Thorny". I also grew up in Seattle and am back in the area after time abroad—albeit only briefly as I'm starting a position at the College of the Marshall Islands in August.
Thanks for the encouragement.
I seldom offer writing advice, but here's yours via a friend of mine who wrote rifle reviews for hunting magazines. "Stay away from fiction. Non-fiction sells a lot easier. If you have some photos your stuff is even more attractive. But I'm gonna quit writing. You work your ass of and it doesn't pay any money."
My assessment of your bio is you have ample fodder for your first book - I'd sure buy it. Start cranking the shit out.
Thank you again for your comments on "Carver". The verb "empty" is wonderfully ambiguous, so you can do any number of things with it.
Thank you for your comments on "Break" Paul. Glad you appreciate the voice.
Welcome, Paul, and thanks for letting me know you liked Instructions.
Thank you for reading and commenting on My Great Uncle Jerry. I'm glad you enjoyed it, Paul.
Welcome to Fictionaut, Paul!
Glad to read your 'Blue Skies.'
Thanks for stopping by to comment on my piece, The Poet (Pt. 2) - I see that we share a love for some of the same writers...