“Mainly little semi-documentary flash-poems that catch reality as it flashes by. Like Ron Singer’s poem, “You Can’t Write Fast Enough”: “You can’t write fast enough to chronicle the visible world…” An excellent mag that teaches succinctness, terseness, focus. No blathering, no big experimental ego-trips, just sketches that bring you into realities that are mainly art- and literature-centered but caught up and wounded by the barbed-wire realities that surround artists and writers (and everyone else) these days.
–Hugh Fox, “Flashes,” (writing about Waterways: Vol.26, #8), small press review, March-April 2006.
“You Can’t Write Fast Enough,” Waterways: Poetry in the Mainstream, Mar. 2006, vol.26, #8:
“Kokopelli/Triptolemus,” Word Ways: the Journal of Recreational Linguistics, 2017
“Odysseus in New York,” Cake Magazine, 2017
“The Ageing Body,” Snakeskin, Apr. 2017: http://www.snakeskinpoetry.co.uk/
“Sharing a Cookie at the Art Museum,” Grey Sparrow, Jan. 2017:
“Eroded Red Rock… (Poems in the Navajo Manner, #7), Ascent Aspirations, Sept. 9, 2016: http://www.davidpfraser.ca/fridays-poems.html
OTHER NOTABLE POEMS:
“The Words upon the Walk,” Leveler Poetry, 1/11/16 (featured poem):
“Flash Poetry,” Evergreen Review, March 2010:
“The Old Couple Flies in a Dream to the Still-Red Desert,” (originally published in New Works Review, 2008), reprinted in River Poets Journal, 2016:
www.riverpoetsjournal.com/The_Signature_Poem_Issue_-_2016.pdf ; in Poemeleon, 2014: www.poemeleon.org/ron-singer; in Poetry Quarterly; and at http://zenmagiclove.com/misc/rickl/RonSinger-ic.pdf
“Cat-Scrabble Ode,” originally published in the anthology, Poetic Voices without Border-2,” 2005, reprinted in Peeking Cat Anthology 2016; reprinted in Poetry Atlas: