Good morning, y’all! Hope you’re staying warm out there. That polar vortex is the pits. I had boogers freeze in my nose last night. Not one of my favorite sensations. Anyway, I had the pleasure of talking about writing with Joe Bielecki for his excellent podcast: Writing the Rapids. We talk about Shining the Light, The … Continue reading Writing the Rapids Podcast Interview & Reading
Afternoon, Hope you’re all safely recovering from yet another holiday season. Hopefully you got to see your loved ones and tell them how much you love & appreciate them. Maybe you even got to give a gift or two. I gave my brother a cowbell & I received a tenor banjo–God help our poor wives’ … Continue reading Ten New Poems in Masks Still Aren’t Enough
Sick of buying stuff for others yet? Why not get yourself a little something? How about a little poetry? Signed copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems, my first full-length collection of poetry, are available directly from me here: The book is 86 pages long, perfectly-bound and contains sixty poems, including the Thelma Prize … Continue reading Signed Copies of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems Available Now
My first full-length collection of poetry, Flirting with Disaster, is out now! Continue reading Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems Out Now
Morning, Hope ye slept well. September done come & gone. I wrote a song. Got my wife to sing on it. Recorded it all in a little blue room in Philpot, Kentucky. -A.S. Coomer September September done come & gone I’m staring at the face of a cold, grey dawn Your legs shake like my … Continue reading New Song: September
By A.S. Coomer I noticed my typo product instead of produce & wondered if I only think in terms of the finished thing leaving the living to be constructed by tomorrow’s steadier hands. A.S. Coomer is a writer, musician, and taco fanatic. Novels include Rush’s Deal, The Fetishists, Shining the Light, &… Continue reading Is This Living?
Morning, I hope each of your wings strengthened this weekend. I hope your hair thickened and shone back the soft glow of the midnight moon. I hope your bad leg had a good few days, allowing you to take that much needed ramble and howl howl howl at the glassy-eyed stars. I hope you fully … Continue reading “Is This Living?” Out Now in The Drabble