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My poetry book Glued To The Sky is now an audiobook

May 11, 2016

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My poetry book Glued To The Sky is now also an audiobook. Glued To The Sky includes both narrative and lyric poems concerning group identity and gender issues in a wide variety of forms. Glued To The Sky was published by PulpBits in 2003. Sadly, PulpBits went out of business in 2007. An ebook version of Glued […]

kaffe in katmandu // Fraction Factions

June 26, 2011

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Read the poem on kaffeinkatmandu.tumblr.com A poem I wrote two years ago that was just published on kaffe in katmandu, an arts/literature blog. Were I writing this poem now I would substitute the word “climaxing” for “ejaculating” since men without prostate glands do not ejaculate. When I fully recover from my prostate surgery I hope to […]

David wearing purple for Spirit Day 2010-10-20 | Flickr – Photo Sharing

October 20, 2010

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I was watching the Yankees-Rangers game and took the photo with PhotoBooth on our macbook. See my 10/05/2010 Spirit Day post.

Eden | New York Journal of Books

October 11, 2010

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David Cooper’s review of Yael Hedaya’s novel Eden compares Jessica Cohen’s translation with Ms. Hedaya’s original Hebrew. The novel features two marriages and a teenage girl all of whom are at-risk and in varied states of distress. Read the entire review on nyjournalofbooks.com   An excerpt from Eden appears in Words Without Borders

My blog tags wordle

September 13, 2010

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My blog tags wordle

New York Journal of Books: “Something Red” by Jennifer Gilmore

August 9, 2010

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  Something Red will be of particular interest to Red Diaper babies, but it will also appeal to readers who are interested in recent history and family dynamics. Read this book review on New York Journal of Books

Photos from our mini-vacation in Nashua, NH

August 1, 2010

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Looking west from Main street in Nashua: view of an old mill building (now apartments) with fountain. Three views from Mine Falls Park in Nashua (which has lovely paved walking and unpaved hiking trails).