Sunday, August 30, 2015

Roosevelt honored

I received this email from national Kirkus Review:

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to be featured in Kirkus Reviews 9/1 Issue. Congratulations! 
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Friday, August 28, 2015

cars of the neighborhood

our neighbor's old cars:

Thursday, August 27, 2015

King County Roosevelt

Thank you to the King County Library System
for providing ROOSEVELT to the Seattle readers.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

reading in ohio

Thanks to poet Larry Smith who gave me
James Tate's new book DOME OF THE
HIDDEN PAVILION, just published.
It's amazing and was so inspiring to
the new Ohio poems I wrote on this trip:

I also read Ray Bradbury's sequel to
SUMMER. I feel like I was in his
Green Town while in Ohio. Just look
at the photo of the clock tower I saw
in Norwalk. It even rang out as I
stood there.

back to norwalk

Larry and I went back to Milan and Norwalk
so we could eat breakfast and I took these photos
including a very rare photo of one of the
last paperboys in America:

back to cleveland

we went back to cleveland again
and took some more photos:

walking around

walking around the Ohio neighborhood
with our camera:

cleveland, ohio

poet d.a. levy's hometown, with his 1967 poem
'Refrigerator Mantra' seen at the museum and
the building out on the corner, concrete poetry:

huron, ohio

around Huron, Ohio:

oberlin, ohio

Photos from Oberlin, Ohio trip:

norwalk, ohio

Nothing showing now in Norwalk, Ohio movie theater:

sorrowful mother shrine

These photos from the Sorrowful Mother shrine in Ohio: