Larry Winfield attended his first poetry reading at Weeds in Chicago in 1990. Over the next twelve years he hosted open mics, featured at many Chicago Poetry Scene venues and festivals, organized the protest poetry reading at the '96 Democratic Convention, hosted a weekly poetry and jazz show on pirate station Guerilla Love Radio as DJ Merlot, published poetry books and the online/print zines Liquid Glyph and City Table Review, and performed in Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, NY, LA and SF, and with ensemble groups Brothers in Verse and the many versions of his poetry band Brass Orchid. He currently lives in L A, produces the "Sundown Lounge" podzine, and his latest project, the horror/SF novel "Banjo Strings."
Where to find Larry Winfield online
Erotic Horror Short Fiction - "Rosedust" and "Johnson Grass" and a dozen poems.
(Third Edition.) Plantation slave ghosts on a mission of vengeance. A reluctant supernatural spy on the search for truth. A den of iniquity hidden amid the Red Maple and Magnolia trees...
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