“The Flit Tour” on Kickstarter is going well. As of this post I am 78% funded with 24 days to go. Hopefully this shout-out in Kolaj Magazine will give it a boost!
For the week of my 50th birthday, I’m launching a 60 day crowdfunding campaign to raise money to take my poetry anthology FLIT: A Poetry Mashup of Classic Literature on a five city book tour. Check out the page on Kickstarter and donate!
So honored to have three more blurbs for the cover of FLIT. Thanks Jeff Mann, Kay Kinghammer and Joseph Ross
This is a page from Chapter 19 of JD Salinger’s classic novel, Catcher in the Rye.
The book has been required reading for many high school students since it was released in 1951. It is often referred to as one of the best books of the twentieth century.
This is where I got the title of my book of gay poetry, Flit. Of course, we’ve come a long way since Salinger wrote the book. But there is still some work to do.
Three of my flash fiction short stories appear in a very cool publication today. Check out Patsy Cline Airline, The Truck, and The Kiddie Pool at Queen Mob’s Tea House.
I have always loved collage. My 40 poems in FLIT: A POETRY MASHUP OF CLASSIC LITERATURE are “mashups”: a poetry technique taking words and phrases from a book (or play) and cutting and pasting them into a new poem. It seemed only fitting to do some visual art to support a few of the poems.
I just booked the book launch for FLIT: A POETRY MASHUP OF CLASSIC LITERATURE.
The event will be at:
4326 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
October 5, 2015 at 7pm.
University Bookstore did the launch of my last book ONE GAY AMERICAN and I’m thrilled to work with them again.
My short story ARKANSAS I-40 was published today –a flash fiction piece I wrote last summer about the lengths parents will go to help their trans child.
Got my advance reading copies of FLIT in the mail today! I love how it turned out. I also noticed it is listed for pre-order on Amazon.com. The book comes out for real on October 1, 2015.
Four of my poems from Flit: A Poetry Mashup of Classic Literature
are in Glitterwolf 8: Identity.
So Much To Say To A Younger Generation, The Harvey Milk Doll, Inkpot and Out For Ice Cream can be enjoyed in the magazine on Kindle and paperback.
How cool is that!