VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Alan Catlin

The Waitress Men in suits imagine themselves posing for cover of Black Belt magazine: white shirts open, black chest hair turning gray, exposed, gold neck bling, a single edged razor blade affixed to a chain.  Sit at a four top table. Order elaborate cocktails with precise instructions.  Blood red steaks, so rare the cow mightContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Alan Catlin”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: R.M. Engelhardt

Shakespeare,  Kerouac & Bukowski Are Waiting And You’re Running Late (In Memoriam For Gerald) Everyday One Poet Enters Another Exits Handing Over The Pen It’s the story of The world the story of Words the story Of what makes a Poet a human being And makes a human Being a poet To each Their ownContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: R.M. Engelhardt”