"The Ogre's Drum" will appear every Monday night at 10est/7 pst starting on Oct 14John Macker lives in Northern New Mexico with his wife in an old roadhouse on the Santa Fe Trail.Books and broadsides of poetry include For The Few, The First Gangster, Burroughs At Santo Domingo, 2 +2=1, and black/wing (cd) among others. In 2001, won the James Ryan Morris Memorial“Tombstone” Award for poetry. Has given public readings with writers such as S.A. Griffin,Frank Rios, Tony Scibella, Gregory Corso, Andy Clausen, Ed Dorn, Linda Hogan among others.Has had essays and poems published in journals and magazines throughout the U.S. including,most recently, Manzanita Quarterly, Sin Fronteras (Writers Without Borders), Pitchfork, Black Ace Book 7, Mercury Reader, A People’s Ecology: Explorations In Sustainable Living and a large section from a new manuscript Adventures In The Gun Trade was featured in Mad Blood #2, October 2003. In Colorado, in the early-mid 90’s edited the award-winning literary arts journal, Harp.
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