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LIFE received a People’s Choice Award at the Riverside Arts Center’s “Art Goes Digital” exhibit.

http://www.riversidearts.org/peoples-choice-awards-for-art-goes-digital.html

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My poem “Santa Fe Cattle Co., Ada, OK” is now available on Work Literary Magazine’s website.

 

 

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The book trailer for Holidays and Other Disasters by John G. Rodwan, Jr. is the latest creation of Rodwan Productions, LLC.

For more information about Holidays and Other Disasters visit http://www.humanistpress.com/holidays-and-other-disasters.html

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My poem “Santa Fe Cattle Co., Ada, OK” is going to be published in an upcoming issue of WORK Literary Magazine. The rough draft of the poem started forming in my mind while John G. Rodwan, Jr., and I dined at the Santa Fe Cattle Co. restaurant while visiting Ada, OK for the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival in which John was one of the presenting authors. There was a young woman working at the restaurant who reminded me of myself at that age. As I observed her laboring through the evening, the words started to come together. I am very pleased that WORK Literary Magazine has chosen to publish the verse. I really cannot think of a better placement for the poem.

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Copyright (c) 2013

Copyright (c) 2013

The Poetry in Pictures Series short film The Wind in the Trees is finished. The film explores nature’s ability to provoke memory and excite consciousness as contemplated in the poem of the same title by Charles Goodrich. The film combines live-action footage, animated sand and paintings with shadow puppetry.

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Upstreet Issue 9

The ninth issue of Upstreet literary magazine is out and contains my short story “Night Moves.”

Upstreet 9

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My flash fiction piece “Night Moves” is going to appear in issue number nine of Upstreet Magazine coming out in July! Yes, the title does allude to the Bob Seger song. Returning to the Midwest has apparently had an influence on my work.

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