Review/Interview: Self-Portrait in Dystopian Landscape

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado A curious book with a lyrical title that sounds like something you’d hear on the radio between Wagner’s ‘Flight of the Valkyries’ and DeBussy’s ‘Claire De Lune’. I say curious because of the book’s unique nature. “It’s written from the perspective of the observer being observed,” Stephen Lackaye, poet and author of […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry; August 28, 2018

    by Danielle Champiet-Coronado Greatness isn’t achieved without a few follies and this poetry event was no exception to either. At first I thought that we were being punked by Gilbert & Sullivan or that Rod Serling would poke his head out from behind the stacks and say “gotcha!” Such was not the case. […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry; May 29, 2018

A few months ago I wrote a piece about the benefits of self-publishing especially to new authors. E.L. James and Fifty Shades of Grey would be a paragon of such. Self-publishing can be a great way to build your publishing resume and gain the attention on traditional publishers. Another great tool to add some bling […]

International Workers Day

Many blessings to people around the world who are overworked, underpaid and underappreciated. I hope this year brings you the prosperity you seek, better rights for laborers and Medicare for all. The people of any nation are its greatest asset and its best investment.