It is April. The fourth month of the year. It is also National Poetry Month.
One question I receive from time to time is this: “Are you published?”
The answer is yes. See the bio page for a summary of publishing credits.
I will post photos of my published work throughout the month of April.
Another question I get from people who do not know that I might enjoy poetry is this: “What poetry books should I read?”
That question is more difficult. But I will attempt to compile a book list you may, or may not, appreciate.
It is no joke. It is April. And it is the beginning of National Poetry Month.
For poets and poetry fans, April is a special month-long celebration of poems and poets. For most of America, it is the beginning of baseball season.
One question that is asked of me when an individual learns that I compose lines poetry is this: “Are you published?”
The answer is yes.
Throughout the month of April I will post selections of my published work for your reading pleasure.
April is a good month to test your poetry writing skills. A few years ago I took up the challenge to write 30 poems in 30 days. You are invited to the challenge as well.
 30 poems in 30 days challenge
 Write 30 poems in 30 days: a challenge