Past Fiddle Creek

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Bits of fiction, sometimes in poetic form, mostly written for sharing in coffee shops and bars. A sampling of the work available in paperback under the title, Lines to Voice. More
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About RC Monson

I have been been making a serious study of fiction writing since I was a teenager. Over the years, my stories and poems have appeared on occasion in small press reviews and various local publications. I studied art and literature at the University of New Mexico and San Francisco State University and had plenty of jobs in my time, including work as a retail clerk, bike mechanic, teacher's aid, gallery clerk, rental agent, and garageman. Once I finally had a degree in hand, I found work as a writer, editor, graphic artist, pr specialist, customer service tech, and salesman. At the ripe old age of fifty, I went back to school at the College of Santa Fe to become a high school English teacher. Now in retirement, I finally have time to polish up and publish works that have been accumulating in the filing cabinet for decades. Cheers!

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James Hold reviewed on on May 21, 2017

I generally don't like lengthy poems but these held my interest. Very good.
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Mike White reviewed on on May 21, 2017

This is definitely one of the best poem books I've seen on Smashwords, and I speak from experience here. I especially liked the one about Georgia O'Keeffe.

I appreciated the diversity of the subject matter, and the fact that the poems had more variations in terms of everything from word choice to structure than you usually see. There's something to be said for poems that were meant to be read aloud, which is more traditional, and which means the poems must be attention-grabbing.
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