My brief poem, “At Valley of the Gods, UT” is fortunate to appear in the summer issue of Gyroscope Review. Look for it on page 28!
My poem “Opportunity to Change” is fortunate to appear in editor Lori Howe’s Clerestory: Poems of the Mountain West. Read this new poem and the other fine works included in the Spring issue here.
An American Buddhist Holy Site Near Fort Collins, CO What is perhaps the largest Buddhist monument in North America is situated in the mountains outside of Fort Collins, Colorado. The monument, a stupa, was constructed between 1988 and 2001 to house a relic from Tibetan Buddhist teacher Chögyam Trungpa (1939-1987), whom the Shambhala Mountain Center […]
The young people of Sheridan, Wyoming, know the ruined monument in Sheridan’s old cemetery as “the Witches’ Circle,” and little else about it is common knowledge. The only additional information I have seen on the Witches’ Circle comes from an article in the Sheridan Press weekend edition dated March 10, 11, 2012, and titled “A Place […]
Read the haiku-like verse in Gyroscope Review’s inaugural issue and all of the fine and enjoyable poetry featured by the editors Constance Brewer and Kathleen Cassen Mickelson. I’m honored to find the two-liner “Poplar Applause” right at the front of the issue.
Midwest Script is a constructed phonetic alphabet for American English. Edit: Thanks to Simon Ager of Omniglot.com for including Midwest in his directory of constructed scripts!
I’ve seen a black sand beach stranger than any foreign world where King Poseidon draped in seaweed once walked upon the Earth– a black sand beach where steel-colored waves wash up to shining, ashen stones nested beneath charcoal plateaus that break out all over in lime green leaves.