WAS A CLOSET WOMAN (on
PASSING THROUGH EL PASO (on CD)
THE WIND OF EASY (on CD)
MY PERSONAL WANTS TO GET PERSONAL WITH YOU
TRANSFORMATION (on CD)
WHAT'S A BI-CUSPAL WOMAN TO DO?
I JUST NOTICED
ON THE OCCASION OF MY LOVER'S CELIBACY
OUR MOTHERS - OURSELVES
THE WILD MAN OF NINTH AVENUE (on CD)
MR. L.A. (on CD)
THE SINGER (on CD)
SERGI'S SURGERY (on CD)
*PUSHING FIFTY - AS FAR AWAY FROM ME AS POSSIBLE
These poems are examples which span more than three decades. Early poems like "The Interview" and "Our Mothers Ourselves" were written in the 70's during what I now refer to as my "stomping radical feminist days".
More current work like "The Wild Man of Ninth Avenue" and "The Singer" are about people in Hell's Kitchen in Manhattan where I have lived for more than twenty years.
Many of the poems here are included in To the man reporter from the Denver Post, Take Me Like A Photograph, and Charting New Waters. They may be ordered by clicking here. Enjoy!