This week’s readings—three cities—Philly, Minneapolis and then back here to Los Angeles

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I fly to NY tomorrow for a couple brief meetings, then off to Philly, then Minneapolis,

then home sweet home.

So if you are in any of these cities, make sure you come to my reading!

Wednesday –Philadelphia


Sunday night—Last Bookstore in Los Angeles

And at each reading, I’m with fantastic people!


E-Verse Autumn Equinox at Fergie’s Pub!

Featuring Iain Haley Pollock, author of Spit Back a BoyKate Gale, author of The Goldilocks Zone, and Quincy R. Lehr, author of Heimat, hosted by Ernest Hilbert

Open microphone session hosted by Paul Siegell to follow featured readers

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014, 6:30PM
Upstairs at Fergie’s Pub, 1214 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, 215-928-8118


Minneapolis Reading with Ron Koertge at Magers and Quinn on Friday night at 7 pm!

I like the listing on Minneapolis Reads, “We like big books and we cannot lie.”

Ron and I are great together! We’re fantastic.

Magers & Quinn Booksellers
3038 Hennepin Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN

Last Bookstore, 7 pm with Nicelle Davis and Brendan Constantine

I ran and wrote this weekend.  A good weekend and Brendan and I got to catch up a little.

Need to run more.  Get up to some long runs again.

I ordered some air plants.  I like the idea of plants that can live on air.

I am going to hang around them and learn their secrets.

We have the backyard all nice now and are working on the front.

Gabi got me into drinking water with chia seeds.  I highly suggest it, it makes water less boring.

Drinking water from bottles is one of the ridiculous things about the 21st century.

Also iPhones, I can’t remember how I functioned without it.

The most ridiculous is Facebook.  It’s not even a real communication tool.  Real communication is talking on the phone or seeing someone face to face. FB is to real harmony/communication/love building what plastic trees are to real trees.  They look fine indoors but they don’t help the planet breathe and they aren’t really alive or dynamic.

I still like hanging with real friends: Having a drink. Hearing a story. Finding the end of the rainbow.

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