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Haiku from Quiet Christmas Poetry

tree branches
and winter white sky
poem on the page

almost Christmas
through the evergreens
clear blue sky

looking at trees
I remember prayers
of friends… 143 more words


Quiet Christmas Poetry

Under “Book Offers” in the Fall 2015 issue of Time Of Singing, Lora Homan Zill, Editor, included a picture of the Christmas book and wrote: “Light and easy to hold, with large print, it is ideal for anyone battling or recovering from serious illness, or who needs a special word of encouragement over the holiday season.”  This was the goal, and we are grateful. 44 more words


Small Press, Big Plans: My Views on the Small Press Experience


Evidently, this article dates back to the time when my hair was blue, black and purple and I resembled Philip Oakey. Ah, those were the days! 3,012 more words

Sands Through The Hourglass

"On Watching 'Makin' Bacon Pancakes (10 Hour Version)'": new poem in 300 Hours a Minute

In late September, a crowd of good-looking literati and the 6 sweaty weirdos converged on Reunion Island Coffee to celebrate the launch of Desert Pets Press… 337 more words

Poetry By Andy Verboom

Poetry, Community, Opportunity

Back in July I wrote a post titled “Actions Speak Louder, and Words.” Essentially I want whatever increased visibility I acquired by winning the Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award to go toward helping out a fellow Washington state poet.  207 more words


Elegy/Elk River

After a lovely reading at the Hugo House here in Seattle, my chapbook “Elegy/Elk River” has been officially released in the wild! For more information on the book you can head over to… 27 more words