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My Published Books

I have authored 15 published collections of poetry over the years. I have also co-authored two additional books, ghost written several books, and have served as production manager, project manager, and editor in the production and publication of additional books. I have published numerous articles, stories, book reviews, blogs, essays, technical manuals, peer reviewed academic papers, scientific and technical papers, white papers, etc. Good times….

What follows is a list of the poetry collections I have published over the years, in chronological order.

  1. Street Poems  (Mulberry Press, 1991)
  2. Industrial Madness  (Sivullinen [Finland], 1991)
  3. Dancing with the Lights Out  (Big Head Press, 1992)
  4. Grungy Ass Swaying [with Paula Weinman]  (Grunge City Press, 1993)
  5. Junction City  (Sister Moon Press, 1993)
  6. Binge  (Undulating Bedsheets Productions, 1994)
  7. Distant Visions, Again and Again  (The Poet Tree, 1994)
  8. Places  (Sterling House, 1996)
  9. Never-Ending Cigarettes  (Ye Olde Font Shoppe, 1999)
  10. Shadows Before the Maiming  (Gothic Press, 1999)
  11. Hang Gliding on X  (Lummox Press, 1999)
  12. Shrapnel  (Budget Press [Russia], 1999)
  13. The Napalmed Soul  (Chiron Review Press, 1999)
  14. Artifacts  (Sick Puppy Press, 2001)
  15. Cells  (PublishAmerica, 2004)

3 Responses to “My Published Books”

  1. dweezer19 said

    That’s an impressive list. Here I sit, staring down at my shoes….:)

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  2. dweezer19 said

    I hear you. It’s like giving birth. Without the epidural.

    Like

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