Monthly Archives: February 2014

All Work

Dear Poet,  All work and no play makes Jack a dull, dull boy. Julia Cameron tells artists to take a day each week and refresh themselves. She calls this an Artist’s Date. We writers would do well to heed her […]

Dear Reader

Dear Reader, Welcome to Curmudgeon’s Corner. From time to time I will post here the missives of fellow poet and all-around-opiner, Curmudgeon. Curmudgeon has no small opinions, and believes life is too short to curb one’s enthusiasm. Please don’t write […]

AWP Author Signings

Booth 624 book signings for this year’s AWP book fair: Thursday 1 p.m., Mary Stone Dockery, Blink Finch; 2 p.m., Leah Umansky, Don Dreams and I Dream. Friday, 11 a.m., Kelly Fordon, Tell Me When it Starts to Hurt; and […]

Farewell North Coast

Suzanne invited us to do a wompus reading at Mac’s Backs bookstore in Cleveland Heights on February 12th, a farewell of sorts to the neighborhood and all our literary friends here on the north coast. Along with wompus publisher, Sammy […]