Poetry: In the footsteps of London, L’amour, and King

A finer education one could not have got, Than to read the tales from this manly lot. John Thorton and his canine Buck, Martin Eden who in the end ran out of luck. Baring fangs, flights and fights, London told of the North, and those who lived afar.   Strapping on six shooters, rounding up … More Poetry: In the footsteps of London, L’amour, and King

Poetry and a guy named Joe

I  use to write poetry. I like it. Tight verses, powerful words, with punction to fence it in, I need to write more poetry. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Today, I learned that a member of my writing group passed away because of this virus. I only really knew Joe from his writing and the few interactions that I … More Poetry and a guy named Joe

It’s Jerry Seinfeld

Every writer should watch the Jerry Seinfeld documentary, The Comedian. The film takes place after Jerry’s hit show Seinfeld went off the air. Jerry decides to retire all his old material and create a new stand up routine. The documentary though isn’t just about Seinfeld but also shows the rise of an up and comer … More It’s Jerry Seinfeld

At Bat

Watching the Nationals win the World Series the other night got me to thinking that maybe I need an at bat walk up song to get me in the mood before writing. In Stephen King’s book, On Writing, he mentions when he got his first rejection, with an editor’s note on it, he felt like … More At Bat