Rob Sturma is a poet and promoter dedicated to keeping the medium of poetry alive and vibrant. His first full-length collection, Miles of Hallelujah, was pubished in 2009 by Write Bloody Publishing, and he edited an anthology of zombie-themed poetry, Aim For The Head, that was released in 2011 and received attention from The New York Times, Irish radio personality Sean Moncrieff, and Time Magazine Online, among other sources. He currently resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where he curates the monthly poetry performance show Extreme Championship Poetry and helps run the weekly reading for the Red Dirt Wayward Poets. In his spare time, he enjoys beer and books and the culture that is pop.
Raymond Carver, Ray Bradbury, Alan Moore, Jeffrey McDaniel, Aimee Bender, Derrick C. Brown, Mindy Nettifee, Mick Foley, William Carlos Williams, Sonia Sanchez, Marc Andreyko, Bill Willingham, Geoff Johns, Garth Ennis.
Just finished editing a zombie-themed poetry anthology, Aim For The Head, due out October 1, 2011 on Write Bloody Publishing. Working on a second manuscript as the follow-up to my first collection of poems, Miles of Hallelujah.
Write Bloody Publishing (Long Beach, CA)
poetry, comic books, zombies, film, beer, girls, professional wrestling, singer-songwriters, sweet sweet pop culture, cooking, Johnny Cash, cooking, coloring inside the lines
Oklahoma Young Writers, Individual Artists of Oklahoma
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