Nothing to do with Covid, this new book of poems is all about Los Angeles as it was, and hopefully will be again. Filled with little nuances which you may not have known about or even thought about, these poems tell little secrects about the city of angles. Los Angeles will change you forever, you may not notice it at first, but one's perspective is altered. Here are some things to think about!
If you want to know how Farmers Market got started, or what the Hollywood sign used to say then you should take a peek inside. There is even an explanatin of how Forest Lawn became a funeral park.
It was a busy year trying to make use of the openings in my practice schedule which seemed like Swiss cheese. But working with Sue Hooper Lawrie really moved the writing schedule forwards. The idea of a book of poems just about LA began a long time ago, but finally there was enough material to pull together so here it is:
Blue sky every day
In sunny Los Angeles
An endless summer