Like many items on the web, I came across this in a roundabout way. It seems true that for most people, poetry is unimportant. In, Let Poetry Die, Patrick Gillespie addresses some of the issues… Read More »What Noise Does the Death of Poetry Make?
It’s not really news, but sometimes just getting something submitted is cause for a celebration. New poem is out the door and in the hands of an editor. Wish me luck!
If your interested in reading the Revised Sketch of Boxing, contact me. Second revision of Sketch of Boxing. This is the first revision of Sketch of Boxing. Still need a title.
I’m not even sure where to begin this book. I thought it was sci-fi when I began, but it rides that line between sci-fi and fantasy. That is to say it doesn’t fit a category… Read More »Review: Perdido Street Station by China Miéville
Contact me if you’re interested in viewing the 2nd revision of this poem. This is the first revision of Sketch of Boxing. Still need a title. Thanks to Joy, for the help.
Dean Young writes with a unique perspective. His poems move with a life of their own and make connections between ideas and images that are vivid and poignant.