Retrospective: Swear to Me

Swear To Me is now available and I am so pleased to have been a part of it.




Well I guess that was sudden, wasn’t it?

I was going to drone on another few days, so I guess it’s good Amazon stopped me and I could tell you all my seventh anthology was available.

I would have told you more about past books, and what inspired them, so I’ll do it in a paragraph instead. The Killing Wage was my anger at the establishment. Little City was a love letter to my hometown, for all the junkies, gangs and political degenerates that inhabit it. Generation Why was about the societal disengagement of my peer group, whereas Men in Paper Coats aimed at the broken political process itself.

All these poems, across these books, contribute to a specific theme, cater to a particular narrative. Except for “At War with Water”, the six books that followed it sought to make their own statement, to be part of a larger…

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