Feline Offering — First composed on FaceBook for a friend.
Minor news to report, just a little happy dance for me….
My latest poem, Beyond the Cartesian Lens, can be found in issue #1701 of Wild Musette Journal.
My greatest fear is waking up in a museum some 200 years in the future.
A tour group walks by and I hear someone ask, “Why’s there nothing from the early 21st century?”
The guide replies, “That was the period when people were more concerned with the political lives of their artists than with art as process or product, so very little survives from that epoch.”
What could pull me away from the MFA in Writing Popular Fiction program at Seton Hill University?
Creating Context for Horror:
An Informal History of the Genre Culminating
in Tremblay’s A Head Full of Ghosts
Overly cryptic? Yes. If you grok it, though, it’s daring, risqué, even shocking. Shocking, I say!