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Perfect Sleeping Weather, available now. More on the horizon.

I’m sorry I’ve been neglecting this blog since March. Been fairly busy since then with two part-time jobs, occasional touring, and finally publishing Perfect Sleeping Weather.

I think my last post mentioned this, but it ended up being 93 poems written from 1998 to 2014, primarily about moving, living, leaving, traveling, and death; though there’s also a piece for Robin Williams (and comedians as a whole), as well as references to John Cusack, Van Halen, The Price is Right, and Fleetwood Mac.

It was a challenge putting it together and poring over it a dozen or so times to make sure it was a collection I was proud of and will hopefully still be proud of, or at least not ashamed of, 10 years down the line.

Unexpectedly, working on this has inspired me to write in a poetry type format again and I’m already 12 or so deep into what might become a follow-up. Who knows. One might be enough.

If you stumbled upon this blog and made it this far, thanks for reading. If you’d like to preview or purchase Perfect Sleeping Weather, you can do that here.

Thanks again.
Larry