Another story from my forthcoming book to be published…

Just got word from an editor at a literary magazine out of South Carolina that they'd like publish another piece I wrote. They'd like to place it in their upcoming October edition. This current offer is with an online magazine called Amarillo Bay, (so named to reflect the hometown locations the magazine's founders, one from … Continue reading Another story from my forthcoming book to be published…

New words in new places…

Big news on the writing front today! Big news for me, anyway... The editors at Typishly, an online literary publication, gave a nod to one of my new poems. I'll write more on it when the details get a bit firmer. Plus,  a Q&A guest blog I wrote a few months back for a fellow … Continue reading New words in new places…

Been a spell, I know…

Somewhere between teaching summer school college classes, working on book edits, wrapping up my electrical classes and otherwise riding life bareback, trying hard to hang on, I almost forgot about it.

Original Poetry: ‘Hipster Jesus,’ as published in the 2018 Havik literary anthology…

Where would we be with Hipster Jesus and his dapper blue checked blazer and skinny jeans?

Original Poetry: ‘HAP/HAZ/ARD,’ as published in Havik’s 2018 literary anthology…

I remember a boy, clumsy, cotton-topped, following that old man around, every-where...

Original Poetry: ‘My Little Girl’ as published in Alchemy 2018…

Yet somehow I became the bad guy...

The first book I authored is now a decade old…

The first book I wrote was a pictorial history I made as a paid writer for the organization.

Original Poetry: Why You (dis)sin’? (as published in Alchemy 2018)…

Poem lets Outlaw knock the dust off his byline for the first time in nearly a decade.

Mr. Man Candy has gone live across the Midwest…

I always take him with a few grains of salt. Not too much. I mean, dude’s always been on the rotund side, and he’s got a heart condition, for Christ’s sake...

Finally! It wasn’t another a rejection…

Bobby Horecka thought a new byline would never come considering how so many of his submissions had gone lately.