Affidavit of Civil Noncompliance with Biomedical and/or Transhuman Alteration

In the course of human history, the reaching of a mass consensus, especially when achieved in sudden urgency, has far more often presaged colossal errors than uniform correctness. All mass advances in reason, logic, and practicality which stand the test of time, rather than relying upon the cheap crutches of peer pressure, groupthink, and Presentism, … Continue reading Affidavit of Civil Noncompliance with Biomedical and/or Transhuman Alteration

Editing for an accomplished voice actor and communication coach

Reading the spoils of (editing) war During the tedium of 2020 I had the great fortune of befriending a man via the internet who I consider to be akin to the Dale Carnegie of our day. He's a voice actor for numerous Fortune 100 companies & even The Obama Administration, and a communication skills coach … Continue reading Editing for an accomplished voice actor and communication coach

Peter Hoheisel’s ‘South to the Rio Grande’ Available Now!

My friend Prof. Peter Hoheisel's new poetry book, South to the Rio Grande, is now available for purchase. It was a pleasure to work as his editor and defacto agent throughout this process, eventually finding the perfect home for this manuscript at New York's Clare Songbirds Publishing House. Peter is a free-verse poet inspired by … Continue reading Peter Hoheisel’s ‘South to the Rio Grande’ Available Now!

Poetry Publisher List (Resource for Poets)

Poets&Writers has a page that lists over 200 small publishers of poetry manuscripts, most of whom accept unsolicited queries or submissions. In the course of my current job I've read through the entirety of said list, including taking links to the individual publishers' websites. In order to condense the info therein, I compiled it into a … Continue reading Poetry Publisher List (Resource for Poets)