January's off to a stellar start! I have four more poems -- and am in great company -- in the latest issue of Angry Old Man.
Hopefully this will set the rhythm for a productive 2018. Thanks to the editor for having me, and hope y'all enjoy!
Musings by Chicago-based poet, songwriter, journalist, educator, musician & existentialist, Larry O. Dean
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Friday, January 12, 2018
New poems in Beautiful Losers
For my first publication of 2018, I'm thrilled to have a quartet of new poems in the latest issue of Beautiful Losers. (I hope Bob Seger is pleased, too.)
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