Recent press: Quick Sip Reviews on my poem ‘Instructions for Astronauts’: ‘strange and haunting’

Thank you to Charles Payseur at Quick Sip Reviews for taking the time to read my work and write about it. Very cool!

Quick snippet “strange and haunting” and “great”!

If you need more, here are some snippets from his review of “Instructions for Astronauts”:

This is a rather strange and haunting poem about humanity fleeing Earth in an attempt to survive, in an attempt to get to a different and better world, one unspoiled by our touch.

 

There is a strong religious element to the poem, all of the parts preceded by a biblical verse (save two) to set up how those sections read. These are the sections of the believers, of the grand hope for humanity. The renewal, the what-have-you. And I love that the poem sets itself up that way, with everything working and working toward this end, only to pull away at the ending …

He also calls the video “An amazing experience!”

Wow! Read what he wrote here.

Here’s the video

 

 

NYC Art: Independent Art Fair, Armory Show, Chelsea Galleries

Thank you, World Haiku Review

Thank you, World Haiku Review, for publishing my work in the latest edition.

 

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360-degree Google Street View Experiment 3: NYC Central Park

A third experiment with using Google Streetview app’s 360-degree photo, this time in New York City’s Central Park.

A video about scale and perspective

Something I saw while looking up something else, or how all your science fair solar systems are bad science: