Let's see... 5 poetry books: FROM HERE TO NEVER... FALLING FROM A CLOUD... THE MARCH OF THE TURTLES... STOP THE SCRAMBLED EGGS... LOOK ONE LAST and one collection of short stories: OF TRAINS AND OTHER THINGS.
HALLUCINATION OF MAJESTIC ELEPHANTS, a book that has short stories, poetry and essays came out last year and
ECHOES FROM THE ANTECHAMBER, a new book released this year which follows a format similar to HALLUCINATION OF MAJESTIC ELEPHANTS.
All are available online. Check my website for more details or just google the the titles.
Just looked at your website. The "about me" section was pretty funny and I mean that in a good way. I can definitely relate to what you're saying there about getting older and the cold, etc. I was finally getting around to putting my new wall calendar up yesterday for 2010 and I always write all the birthdays in first, etc. As I was doing that I began to realize how old all of us are getting (family and friends). I was in shock because it doesn't seem possible to be that old already when in many ways I still feel like I did in my 20's. This left me to wondering where in the world all that time went and so quickly.
As far as the cold I spent 5 winters in Alaska and was so glad to get out of there. There's really just so much cold a body can take and I was even much, much younger then than I am today. I'm living in the desert now but as you probably know the desert has temperature extremes although I can say no snow (or very little) thank goodness. I vowed I saw my last flake when I left AK unless its on a mountaintop way above me. That would be ok.
I see you've written lots of poetry and I agree it does seem to be a dying art form - for that matter so is reading of any kind. My nieces and nephews seldom if ever pick up a book to read just for pleasure which is a sad thing to see. Young people are far more interested in tv, internet, movies, texting, games, etc. Such a shame really. I hope you will keep writing and will finish the novel you have in the works. I think most writers write because they love telling good stories. We all know we'll never get rich doing this but its very satisfying to finish a manuscript and see it published and hopefully to please a few readers who will pick it up and enjoy.