About Me

I am a poet living in Middleton, Wisconsin.  I keep a daily Haiku diary in which I note the nuances of seasonal changes in Pheasant Branch Creek and Stricker’s and Tiedemann’s Ponds, as well as my dreams and sometimes a rant.  This blog is where I commit to writing practice, and where I will explore the process of writing poems, short fiction and essays.  I do not preclude the occasional photo or artwork or other creative pursuit.

My poems have been published in Verse Wisconsin, Stoneboat, Solitary Plover and the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets Calendar and Museletter.  I won second prize in the 2013 Science Fiction Poetry Association contest, dwarf poem category.  My work also appears in Echolocations, Poets Map Madison published in 2014 by Cowfeather Press.  I have work upcoming in Mariposa, a haiku journal,  and a poem was accepted for The Ariel Anthology.  The Ariel Project is funded by the Chequamegon Bay Arts Council.



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  1. Thanks. Delighted to have found your blog. Lots to explore. Regards from Thom at the immortal jukebox (featuring the odd poem as well as music and sport).

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