“…half my life is nothing up here,/ where ten thousand years/ disappear like campfire smoke.” Poem of the Week (January 28), by Jeffrey D. Boldt.Read More
Jeffrey D. Boldt has published more than 100 short stories, poems, and essays. His work has appeared in ‘The Wallace Stevens Journal’, ‘Berkeley Poetry Review’, ‘Tikkun’, and ‘Mickle Street Review’, among others. He has a short story forthcoming in ‘The MacGuffin’, and poems forthcoming in ‘Agave’ and the ‘J Journal’.
“Of African descent and a native of British Guyana, Willie was a talented if self-taught writer who wanted to be nothing less than the ‘Black Conrad.’” Story of the Week (November 8), by Jeffrey D. Boldt.Read More
“I did notice, though, that the best oranges/ came from the most withered tree”
Weekend poem, by Jeffrey D. Boldt