Born last century in a city hospital. I've been writing since grade school but got lost in the 60's, like Dorothy I fell to the Poppies; my detour off the yellow brick road lasted over three decades, just when I thought there was no hope--a miracle happened. When I sold my motorcycle for short money to feed my habit, I knew I was lost. Things got worse. It's in the book. Kicked heroin, cigarettes in that order, went from a bag-man to a happily married home owner, props to Spare Change News, and, while writing poetry decided to share a how-to book with directions back from hell. For counselors, shrinks, and especially for addicts.
Edie Miller Angelo
on Feb. 02, 2011 :
If you like Sylvia Plath you will love this book. The author channels her style flawlessly and his poems are just as heart wrenching. You will not be disappointed by this new writer on the scene. Enjoy this free taste and you will beg for more.
The dedication page invites you in:
"I am inhabited by a cry.
Nightly, it flaps out."
(review of free book)