MISS SALLY IS BACK!

May 10, 2017

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The 1970s bombshell now available on Kindle. Described as “way ahead of its time,” The New York Times cautioned: “You’ll love Miss Sally but she’ll break your heart.” Sally Halm’s initiation into womanhood, the discovery of sex without hope of love and grief without the release of tears, takes place in rural Texas during the […]

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Laughing at the Moon

April 21, 2017

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  I met Lizzie late one sultry summer afternoon beside a fallen cottonwood whose roots had given way when the river undercut a section of overhanging bank—an ideal place, my twelve-year-old wisdom told me, from which to fish. Indeed it was. Until Lizzie appeared. Immediately we had an argument. The argument involved a stringer of […]

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Vietnam War – Forgotten?

March 31, 2017

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Vietnam War – Forgotten? In Monkey Screams touching reminders of the way it was. In the words of one reviewer: Monkey Screams  starts with a twenty-page section of poetry called “Testimonies from Vietnam.” It contains fifteen of the best poems I’ve read dealing with the Vietnam War. The very first poem, “Hero,” has a line about […]

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An Invitation He Couldn’t Refuse

February 8, 2017

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         To hear Matt Morrison talk you might believe that he’d created the poet/publisher/Gatherer-of-the-Tribes that he claimed to be out of sheer will and fortitude but in fact his life was a pool ball knocked here and there by forces he seldom perceived nor understood. Stubby forefinger darting here and there as though dotting […]

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Immigration, War on Drugs

December 31, 2016

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Do the U.S. and Mexico really want to end the War on Drugs and illegal immigration? Catch the Author’s Radio interview with Robert Joe Stout, author of Hidden Dangers , January 5 on the internet at Author’s Show (www.theauthorsshow.com) All day, just check the January 5 broadcast schedule. The Authors Show broadcasts simultaniously on 5 […]

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Best Vietnam Poems

December 23, 2016

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Monkey Screams by Robert Joe Stout Posted on November 19, 2016 Robert Joe Stout is a graduate of Mexico City College and has written books about Mexico. As far as his military service, he looks to be about the right age to be a Vietnam War veteran. Monkey Screams (FutureCycle Press, 90 pp., $15.95) starts with […]

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Frisky Tunes

November 29, 2016

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NEW RELEASE: Frisky Tunes by Robert Joe Stout       Poetry’s flirtations with magic have aroused comparisons and commentaries since thoughts and experiences first emerged into language. Magic, but not black magic, mysterious and occult, but an everydayness magic, like a trout’s sudden leap over white water rapids, a smiling response from a person in […]

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