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Author Archives: Travis Jonker
Am I a poet in the traditional sense? Nay. My expertise doesn’t stretch much beyond the “roses are red” variety. While I appreciate and am amazed by the poetically-minded, I have trouble pulling the stuff off myself. But book spine … Continue reading
Don’t tell my wife I did this, but here is an unstaged photo of my nightstand: Well, I can’t say it’s completely untouched – I did vacuum a dust bunny or two. What we have here are five professional books … Continue reading
Looking into the none-too-distant horizon, I see that April (a.k.a. National Poetry Month) is fast approaching. Last year, inspired by artist Nina Katchadourian, I tried my hand at book spine poetry and came away convinced that this was just the … Continue reading
I’m not what you would call a poet. Not even close. In fact, until recently, I think the last poem I wrote was a haiku in high school about becoming a werewolf (what can I say? I was going through … Continue reading