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Poetry by Greg Beck: Apprehension and Sudden Shock


A beautiful spring day
in New York City,
warm, breezy, balmy,
shoppers carrying their treasures,
tourists photoing everything,
workers on lunch break,
a homeless man scrounging cans, 274 more words


Contributor publishes novel

 Call to Valor
A novel by

Gary Beck

For Immediate Release

Call to Valor is a sweeping story of war, love and courage, as determined Americans face the war on terror, in a world of increasing nuclear threats. 298 more words

What I'm Reading: September 28th, 2016

  • (1) Interesting, yet disappointing conversation on race and policing in America between Sam Harris (Philosopher & “Thought Leader”, Hannibal Burrus (my favorite comedian in the business), and Joe Rogan (MMA announcer and commentator, prolific podcaster, comedian)—three individuals who I greatly respect, enjoy, find entertaining, and learn from frequently.
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Gary Beck's Poetry Collection 'Perceptions' Out

Perceptions is a poetry collection that challenges many of our attitudes and values, showing us many of our concerns that grow more troubled in these difficult times. 85 more words


Review of Resonance (Gary Beck)

A Few Hot Air Balloons

It is in poems like “Old Age” where Beck’s disillusionment poetry strikes new blows against the comportment of modern ignorance: 192 more words


Gary Beck... Belated Understanding

Belated Understanding

The sounds of construction

do not reassure the needy

that all is well,

while the rich profit

and the poor do without.

In a dual economy… 211 more words


The Seventh Quarry Poetry Magazine, Issue 22

I enjoy reading The Seventh Quarry Swansea Poetry Magazine. One of the reasons is that it unapologetically publishes poets from around the world, including many for whom English is not their first language. 747 more words