° Click here to read an article about my Lake Nebagamon Trilogy; it's by Professor Jim Carothers, from the University of Kansas (April, 2012).
° Dine-Rite: Breakfast Poems (2009) was recently reviewed by Charles Rammelkamp in the online magazine Chamber Four (February, 2012). Click here to read the article.
° Chamber Four, an online magazine, selected At Dock's End: Poems of Lake Nebagamon, Volume Two as one of the Best Books of 2011 (November, 2011).
° My publisher, Time Being Books, has just added MP3 audio capability to their Web site, allowing readers to hear sample poems, to get a better feel for the nuances of each poem. To date, I have made thirty-eight recordings of my poems, and Time Being Books plans to have all of them uploaded within the next few weeks (September, 2011). Click here to listen to one of my recordings.
° The following books of mine have been converted to Amazon Kindle e-book format (as of May, 2011): At Dock's End, At Water's Edge, By Leaps and Bounds, Getting to Unknow the Neighbors, A Gleam in the Eye, Rabbi Auschwitz, Seizing the Sun and Moon, With One Foot in the Butterfly Farm, and The World Waiting to Be.
° My newest Holocaust book, entitled Rabbi Auschwitz: Poems of the Shoah, was reviewed in the St. Louis Jewish Light newspaper (April, 2010). Here is a link to the review.
° An essay on my Camp Nebagamon poems was presented by Robert W. Hamblin, at the College English Association's annual meeting, in March. To read his paper, click here.
° Someone asked my advice on getting poetry published. Click here to read my response.