My books of poems are: Against The Night, Adding The Subtractions, and A Life In The Day.
The tale of a passionate love affair, sometimes wry and sometimes sweet, these eighty-eight poems trace the history of a long marriage. Many of these poems appeared in The North American Review, Nimrod Journal, The Atlanta Review, Midwest Quarterly, and elsewhere.
This book tells the story of my father's passing, the effect on those who loved him, and the grief, healing and hope that come out of that time. Many of these poems appeared in such publications as The Evansville Review, The Main Street Rag, Blue Unicorn, Frogpond, Modern Haiku, and others.
The story of a young man stumbling out of the gate of life, finding himself, enduring setbacks, and perhaps slowly learning a bit of wisdom. Most of these poems appeared in such publications as The Threepenny Review, Evansville Review, Nimrod Journal, Measure, The Main Street Rag, and other journals.
I have won The Gerald Brady Senryu Award from The Haiku Society of America and a Plainsongs Award, had a poem short-listed for The Touchstone Award, and been awarded Honorable Mention (i.e. finalist) in The Atlanta Review International Poetry Contest. My poems have appeared in The Threepenny Review, The North American Review, Nimrod, The Evansville Review, Measure, The Midwest Quarterly, and The Main Street Rag. My haiku have appeared in Frogpond, Modern Haiku, Mayfly, bottle rockets, Acorn, and numerous anthologies. My speculative poetry has appeared in Asimov's, Strange Horizons, and elsewhere.