Sanitarium #9 http://sanitariummagazine.com/sanitarium-magazine-issue-009-is-out-now/ Sanitarium Magazine's latest issue, #009, is now available from Eye Trauma Press. Featuring several great short stories, dark poetry, and reviews, Sanitarium Magazine is quickly becoming a must-read 'zine for fans of horror.
I'm proud to announce that 4 of my short poems will be included in Dagda Publishing's anthology, 'Western Haiku: A Collection.' Proceeds from sales will go to charity to assist the UK Mental Health charity, Scope. Dagda will be making an official press release this Friday (May 17) which should include purchase details. Be... Continue Reading →
There are a thousand moments in every reason, and in every moment a thousand reasons; and in weighing now the moment before me I find this moment with no reason of weight.
...a thought passes,lingers, and dies,but only for a moment...
But for my soul I’d have nothing left, and even that I have given away to a nameless muse; my heart has been bled upon the page and in whispers tithed to a pale goddess, bathed in scarlet by my own hand. And should the shadow consume what remains after I have given all I... Continue Reading →
But for the soulless spirit I pour out, there’s only now the faded blood stained page, a work of fire that offers only doubt, in motion on an empty unlit stage. And when the music rises with the lights and waiting players silent take their mark, I pray a simple whisper in the night that... Continue Reading →
If only we could bemore than the ghosts that we are,fragments of lightreflected in a shattered mirror,fading into ashas Eden decays around us.
The words I weaveonly illustrate my failings,each an image of spirit fallenand a heart lostin the mire of its own being;there is no redemptionin prose or versefor the poetbroken on the tree of woe,nor any hope thatthis suffering will end,save that which is foundin the unraveling of the soul.
Oh,look!Linesbroken apartjust becausethey can be,all for the sake ofmaking mypoint.