(Sample published work at: EGGS OVER TOKYO)(Live blog at: SCRAMBLED, NOT FRIED)(Prose-ish at: SIX SENTENCES) Ron. started reading and writing poetry seriously in the late '60s, when a floral-necktied student teacher dumped a bunch of books on his desk, one of which was Ferlinghetti's A Coney Island of the Mind, which caused him to re-think his (conventional, public school-stunted) opinion of poetry. Later he got married, and later he got divorced. He lived for a while with a blackout Cuervo drinker. Fortunately, before the new millennium got underway, he met his true love, moved to Vermont, and started getting his stuff published. He's not quite dead yet.
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