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Tomorrow I’m the featured Chicken Soup Author on their podcast Friend Friday. My essay The Water Holds No Scars tells my story of gratitude gained from my time fly fishing on The Big Thompson River, which led me to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, which led me to help with Platte Rivers Project Healing Waters as a guide and volunteer. I am honored to be featured on Chicken Soups Veteran’s Day podcast. Click here: Chicken Soup Podbean Home Page to listen.


A couple of weeks ago I was a guest on 93.5 Pirate Radio in Fort Collins to talk about Northern Colorado Writers first poetry anthology (published by my imprint MDK, Inc.) Sunrise Summits: A Poetry Anthology featuring 26 poets and their previously unpublished poems. Right now I can’t get the file to load. I need to figure that out! But on Sunday November 6, I was on Between The Pages on KRFC 88.9 in Fort Collins. You should get the interview here on the Daily Author:


Friday November 18 is the launch date for my latest haiku book 100 Haiku for the 80’s Generation. Co-written with Kerrie Flanagan and published by Hot Chocolate Press, this outragesiously fun book features 100 haiku about the decade most want to forget but refuse to do so. Music, fashion, TV, Movies, and more are featured in each poem. Check out Hot Chocolate Press for the latest information about the book.

And finally (the more part of this post) I did get out to go fly fishing with fellow author and fly fisherman Chuck Barrett. A beautiful fall day yeilded some beautiful trout.

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As always, a great day on the water leads to a great week! Enjoy the interviews and thanks for stopping by. Share you on air exploits if you’ve got them!