For this final week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to introduce you to the Poet Laureate of Georgia–Mr. Judson Mitcham. Georgia poet and novelist Judson Mitcham (b. 1948) studied psychology as an undergraduate and earned a Ph.D in psychology from the University of Georgia. His elegiac poems, first-person narratives, explore family relationships, the passing […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–JUDSON MITCHAM"
For this final week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to introduce you to a wonderful poet that I met back in 2011 when I started my journey into a writing career. I’ve wondered when she would finally publish and as of March 24, 2015 she has. Her first publication “Yo’ Sista’s Keeper: A Collection […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–YO’ SISTA"
Poetry is a passion of mine. My first published work was poetry. Poetry is the heartbeat of words which bring out our emotions on a plain of lyrical understanding. Without the beauty of poetry, so much of humanity itself would be lost. As such, I would like to take this month to honor four amazing […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–KEVIN YOUNG"
Welcome to another week of my salute to National Poetry Month. This week, I would like to introduce you to a poet I met last month at a Pen, Paper, Write Meet Up. Our group was tasked with a writing assignment and within ten minutes, Lizzy Fox had written a poem that had us all […]Read more "GUEST POET–LIZZY FOX"
As many of you know, I am not just a science fiction author. My first published work, is a poetry collection that I’d worked on for over 20 years titled “Freedom: Poetry From A Life”. I’ve had a love of poetry since I was a kid. My adopted Grandfather, Allen Horwitz, introduced me to Shakespeare when […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH"