Go check out the latest issue of Brink Magazine, which includes the work of only two poets, one of whom is me:
I am very proud and pleased with this publication. Brink's editors are highly discerning and incredibly selective. They strive for a rarefied excellence on par with the great classic journals. It’s a honor to have some of my best poems appear under their auspices.
In the Editor’s Note, Sol Park, describing my work, distills the essential question in these poems: How to transmute thought into words.
I find that the better I become at channeling daemons, the more isolated I am from the mainstream. There’s a danger of drifting off. If you hold a lantern to the Id, it costs you.
I think it similar to how a shaman learns to delve into spirit world without going totally insane.
Thank you, Brink editors, for giving me this joyous eddy in the current of time.