Hubble Captures View of 'Mystic Mountain' (Photo credit: wstera2)
Some fans have been asking for a paper version of “Transmissions to the Mystic Nebula.” So be it. And it looks great! The cost is a bit higher because I’d prefer people save the trees (and I’m not making a dime more off the paper version), but I completely understand that feeling of having a book to hold in your hand. I may even order a couple of copies (sorry trees!)
You can buy it on Createspace now and will be on Amazon shortly.
Thanks again to all of you who have taken the time and resources to support me. I can’t wait to bring you more poetry and fiction.
Its been literally years in the making–I started writing poetry at 15 years old. After years of publishing individual poems in various publications, I decided to voyage into the strange new world of e-publishing.
“Transmissions to the Mystic Nebula” is a collection of poems by a lonely cyber-poet in the not-to-distant future who seeks to make himself heard by initiating several unauthorized communications to a mysterious cosmic phenomenon.
The talented Ali Ries did the beautiful artwork of nebulae that can be found throughout.
You can purchase it on Amazon. I plan to add iBook and even a hard-copy format in the coming weeks.
Thanks to everyone who has supported and inspired me these many years!
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Carlsbad Library will be hosting a yoga-themed poetry workshop in July.
Melding decades of experience as a writer, writing teacher and coach with ancient principles learned in her yoga practice and training, Anne Marie Welsh will guide participants through exercises that focus the mind, deepen awareness, and open the heart to the infinite stream of creative energy. You do not have to be an experienced yogi to participate safely and to reap the benefits. Attendees may bring a yoga mat or are welcome to use the library’s chairs for chair yoga. Please also bring pen and paper for the writing portion of the workshop.
Contact Jessica Padilla at the library for more info.
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