Jerry Jazz Musician Publishes “A Sidewinder Scenario”

Many thanks to Joe Maita at Jerry Jazz Musician for publishing my poem inspired by Lee Morgan’s signature tune, Sidewinder. Check it out here: Lee Morgan, during rehearsal for Lonnie Smith’s Turning Point session, NYC, January 1969

Red Fez Poetry Editors Read at Backroom Broadsides

Some of the Red Fez poetry editorial crew was invited to read for Backroom Broadsides on December 1st. View the result below on YouTube. Thanks to curator Jim Ruggia and Jocelyn D. Patrick at the Riverview Neighborhood Association in New Jersey for the invite and opportunity.

Confession of a Fourth Grade Stick Figure Pornographer available at Red Fez

Go ahead…have a hearty holiday larf on Jordan! He can take it. Muchas gracias to the nonfiction folks at Red Fez for finding merit in one of his early misadventures.

“She Did Not Go to Chicago” Appears in Jerry Jazz Musician

Many thanks the Joe Maita at Jerry Jazz Musician for publishing my piece “She Did Not Go To Chicago” (about the murder of Lee Morgan) in their Autumn 2020 poetry collection. Check it out here (scroll 1/4 of the way down):

3 Poetic Collaborations Published at Terror House Magazine

Thanks to Terror House Magazine and editor Matt Forney for giving a home to three of my epic collaborations with three epic poet friends: Ryan Quinn Flanagan (Holiday Blitzed), Trish Saunders (Night Lizards), and Maggie Flanagan-Wilkie (Haibun Cannabinoid Cruise Control, or as she likes to call it “The Pot Poem”). Please read responsibly. 😁 Continue Reading →

Spillwords features “The Sentinel”

Thanks to Dagmara K and the team at Spillwords for featuring my haunting gothic (dare I say Poe-like) poem "The Sentinel" today as part of their 13 Days of Halloween spectacular! I had much help on the creative side by artist and audio guru Jenn Zed, and musician Veronica Fortin.

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