I Will Never Read Another Poem as Long as I live
Wise up people
When I first started sending out poems to magazines I was 22 years old. It was 1992. If there were internet publications, I didn’t know about them. I didn’t have a computer. I had one of those old electric typewriters that jumped when I turned it on. It weighed 30 pounds and hummed like a refrigerator. I borrowed it from a friend who got it from his father.