April 23, 2020
The Beat generation in the US in the 1950s rebelled against materialism and questioned traditional American cultural values. They were portrayed often as black clad, beret wearing, bongo playing and ULTRA Cool ‘cats’. A classic caricature was the character Maynard G Krebs, played by Bob Denver. But the Beat writers were a serious group. The […]
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So we will continue to post poems and short stories. The following is another whimsical work: A NOT POEM Harper Lee penned: ‘the senseless beauty of sunrise’ Can it cook a breakfast of Happiness? Berliner said: ‘Wonder is not Happiness but its own reward’ […]
The past week has been both challenging and sad. Challenging to those of us still healthy and sad for those stricken with Covid19. I had planned before the pandemic to fire up the Blog again and write about two possibly prescient themes in The Girl from Ipanema, Book 2 of The Ur Legend: a global […]
This week we will publish the last two of the poems that were submitted over the past couple of weeks.
In a recent Facebook post I had asked if anyone would like to submit a poem and I received FIVE new works!
Over the past few weeks I’ve posted some work in my Blog by previously unpublished authors.
A few weeks ago I published a short story by my sister, Joanne Trebbe, who was previously unpublished. This week, as promised,
This week I’m letting it all hang out and publishing a poem. I’m exposed here since I don’t consider myself a poet.