Featured Poem: January, 2020

Already 2020! I particularly like this little poem. It was inspired by an experience in my San Francisco garden. I guess I am already thinking of spring and my hyacinths are beginning to show green above the ground (yes I planted them a bit late.) It also reminds me of snorkel diving at night in…

EVENT: Blue Light at the Gallery Reading

Friday, October 4 – 7:00 pm  Check out the details over on the Events Page! (Click here to redirect) Featuring Christine Vovakes, author of I Didn’t Mean to ForgetHeather Saunders Estes, author of Inner Sunset Doug Gorney, Cover Artist of Inner Sunset Paul Fisher, author of Rumors of Shore Claudia Reder, author of How to Disappear AUTHORS OF BLUE LIGHT PRESS Marin…

Featured Poem – September, 2019

This is an older poem and one I love. I live across from a park and theses trees are like friends. I am so delighted that it was published by Vistas & Byways Journal at San Francisco State Spring, 2019. Dignity of Trees Torn limbs expose the inner flesh.In the small park where we live,branches…