>Lamentation for the Semicolon

>   Poor semicolon; Dr. Johnson ushered in the golden age for it, and after that it was all downhill. It’s a very Ciceronian piece of punctuation; a method of concomitance that allows the speaker to continue on without stopping; the perfect punctuation for a speech, or a long digression. There’s no need for conjunctionsContinue reading “>Lamentation for the Semicolon”

>Yes Poetry (and Prose)

>  A poem that I wrote while in New Orleans a month ago is online in the latest issue of Yes, Poetry. Based out of New York, this collection has poets from all over the world, and is my first publication. In the meanwhile, I’ve been working fiendishly on my book, Hot Love on theContinue reading “>Yes Poetry (and Prose)”