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About meI am a poet and serve as co-editor of San Pedro River Review. I served almost 28 years in the Air Force. I also taught college and was once a functional analyst.My poetry has been published in several print and a few online journals, and other publications. I won the 2014 Kithara Book Prize for my poetry collection, Idyll for a Vanishing River (Glass Lyre Press, 2013). I am also author of The Wolf Yearling (Silver Birch Press, 2013). Those two books are collections of American Southwest poems. My most recent work is The Storm Petrel – Ireland Poems (Grayson Books, 2014). I like the works of Cormac McCarthy, James Crumley, and Jim Harrison. My favorite poets are Richard Hugo, Yusef Komunyakaa, Walt McDonald,Philip Levine and many others -- the list would go on for several paragraphs.

About my libraryBuilding it incrementally. Well, rebuilding it. Because of limitations I may only include a few representative books from certain authors for whom I hold several books. Examples are Cormac McCarthy and poet Walt McDonald.



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