Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The Poem Factory: Defrost & The Supper Table

I’m finally back to this blogging thing. I hope everyone’s holiday was magical. Yes, the day job is zapping all my energy and leaving very little room for writing. But I’m not gonna let them beat me. Anyway…

Author and editor, Salvatore Buttaci has been kind enough to publish two poems of mine, Defrost and The Supper Table in the Winter 2010 Issue of The Poem Factory.

The Poem Factory: Winter 2010 Issue

He’s featured some great work by some gifted writers. An author that should be familiar to you all, Jeanette Cheezum has a very heart-felt piece, Hope featured as well. Enjoy!


  1. Very cool venue of the Sal-meister. Love Defrost - very clever.

  2. Eat that cake-on the supper table.
    Fabulous pieces Angel- always worth the wait.

  3. Two more outstanding poems to add to your already impressive list. Keep them coming, Angel.

  4. I like the supper table. I don't know what it all means, exactly, but I never do.

  5. Ditto ditto and ditto, Angel...

    "Yes, the day job is zapping all my energy and leaving very little room for writing.."

    Gotta say, I feel your pain!

  6. Oh they were great, I especially like The Supper Table. I really enjoy the rhythm and rhyme of that kind of poetry. It's clever too. Thanks for sharing.

  7. I don't really get into angst poetry, but many do.

  8. Cold supper and frozen desert - is it January? Both are fabulous, if not haunting. Your stuff is always haunting. Glad to see you out of the cave. Just as fair warning, I'm going into mine, trying to finish up that novel lickety-splat.

    I read up on all the short horror stories on the
    P & E awards. I voted for the best. wink wink.

    Write on.

  9. Thanks, Angel, for he nice promo. I love being over at the Poem Factory with ou and Sal.