Poem in The New York Times

Hello, Friends – – –

My latest poem for The New York Times – – – “Central Park, 9 p.m.” – – – was published this weekend. It’s from my unpublished collection THE LIGHT HOTEL.

My most recent collection is Plumstuff:

Hope you’re enjoying your summer.

Cheers – – –


POEM: Friday Night

Friday night

I was drunk on
sauvignon

writing
triolets

my note-
pad slanting
to catch
the lamp-
light

For a moment
closing
my eyes

I woke
as the dawn
was putting on
its clothes

From my new collection of poems and drawings, Plumstuff.

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Camp Faraway for Bitter Young Men

Hello, Friends – – –

Some years ago, I was a Creative Columnist for the acclaimed Canadian magazine The Walrus. I wrote over two dozen short stories for them, including reader favorite “Camp Faraway for Bitter Young Men.” If you didn’t catch that story the first time around, have a look:

If you enjoyed the story and would like to see more of my fiction on their site, kindly let the editors know by writing to letters@thewalrus.ca. I’d be so grateful πŸ™‚

Until next time, friends.

Cheers – – –

Rolli

P.S. You might like my latest collection, Plumstuff.