A late night message draws Curt into the crypt and a confrontation with his boss.
Thoughts about my mother, old Smithsonian photographs, and living souls.
Here is a clip of my segment from the zoom Reading to Benefit Shade Literary Arts, which was organized by Cristina Deptula of Authors, Large and Small.
I was honored to read with several amazing authors: Mary Mackey, Alice Taylor, Henry Hitz, Martha Franks, Kiran Bhat, and Gini Grossenbacher.
Authors, Large and Small and Shade Literary Arts acknowledge the injustice of wrongful law enforcement killings of Black people. Both organizations support Black Lives Matter and see and hear the affected communities.
Shade Literary Arts and Authors, Large and Small Literary Publicity are coming together to host virtual benefit readings for Shade Literary’s emergency fund for queer writers of color struggling due to coronavirus. The fund distributes small direct grants, usually of a few hundred dollars each, to as many individual applicants as possible.
If you would like the full recording or a transcript, or if you would like to contribute to Shade Literary Arts, please email email@example.com.
I read from my collection The Poet’s Garage.
I’m a fan of Mark Murphy’s poetry and honored that he published a review of The Poet’s Garage, my new collection from Unsolicited Press: http://midwestbookreview.com/rbw/may_20.htm#markmurphy