Dear Everyone: I’m happy to have my collected poems from 2007-2015 available for sale. This compilation includes the books: BREATH ON THE MIDNIGHT PHONE, DANCING THE SOLITUDES, BREATHING DEEP DEAR EVEN SON, LAST POEM OF THE NIGHT, NIGHT FLYING POEMS and THE MOON IS IN THE HOUSE. Audio versions of the poems are still available on this site under the poetry category, but it’s always great to have a book of poems to carry around and really study. I hope you like it. It is $10.00 available through the BLURB bookstore.
Dear Everyone: I’m proud to have seven of my poems published by poet and novelist Justin Lowe in his wonderful Bluepepper Magazine. To view the poems go to bluepepper.blogspot.com and type in John Rock into the search and you be able to view the poems: Moon Full, River of Dawns, Autumn Listening, Walking Poem, Morning Wind, Getting Old, Morning Fire On The Beach, In Reply To Autumn, and On The Beach. Also, be sure to search out Justin’s Poems as their full of uncanny beautiful depths of emotions and histories.
Dear Everyone: AQUEOUS is a great literary and arts magazine that comes out of the Lake Superior area of North America. They have all their back issues on line which can be downloaded for free. www.aqueousmagazine.org I have two poems in the Winter Solstice 2013 vol.3 issue Looking Down and Soliloquy, and one poem in the Vernal Equinox 2014 vol.4 issue Beloved Of The Beloved, all from my collection Night Flying Poems. And my poem Raven Cantata from the collection The Moon Is In The House is in the Winer Solstice 2014 vol.7 issue. Thank you AQUEOUS not only for your wonderful magazine but for knowing what it’s like to flourish in the depths of winter.
Dear Everyone: I’m so proud to be published by Janice Lee in her wonderful Enclave Magazine! She has published Snow For Snow and The Moon Waits from my collection Dancing The Solitudes and Invisibility’s Moment from my collection Breath On The Midnight Phone. Enclave is a wonderful magazine that is so vast and full and multi-leveled that I just love it. Thank you Janice Lee! enclave.entropymag.org