It took me a long time to learn how to read very long, very detailed books. It took me a long time to develop the level of discipline involved in completing a book that runs to 1,000 pages. But it can be done. There is a way to do this. And my goal is to show my students how to tackle reading challenges both large and small. You can, in fact, train yourself for this. I want to show them how.
You can find four of my poems in Credo Espoir No. 2:
I was pleased to learn this afternoon that my poems “A star observed,” “Aborning,” “Borrow my tears,” and “likened it unto Eve” will be appearing in Issue No. 2 of Credo Espoir. When the poems are published August 1st I will share them here.
None of the Above is a “short sheet” I am writing/publishing which connects in many ways with the pedagogical philosophy I use here at DEMOI. You can read it/follow it here:
I was very pleased to learn that my poems “The Boss,” “Postgraduate Blues,” “Northern Seasons,” and “Brown Recluse” will be appearing in the September edition of New Reader Magazine. When it is available I will publish the link here.
Honoured to be part of the inaugural issue of Landlocked Lyres which you can read here:
I am delighted to find my poetry here: