Just received another stack of Travel By Haiku in the mail. If you have enjoyed following my journeys on here, y’all should be sure to grab this piece of the road for your personal collection. In there you’ll find little glimpses of the natural beauty found across the continent. And some of the wild rides I’ve taken to get there. They make great gifts and are sure to inspire the beat within us all to pursue their dreams on the road.
Get one from my website, http://bit.ly/TravelByHaiku
Travel By Haiku: Volume 1-5, Still Trippin’ Across The States is a collection of poetry written during travels across the United States in 2014 and 2015. Each haiku brings the reader along on the road across the country taking brief pauses to admire the air, the sunsets, the beaten earth, the tall trees on high mountains, and the breath of the ocean surf. Readers will find themselves transported to a humble place with a still mind and a new found admiration for their natural surroundings.
The StoryTeller Project by Dan Bandel
Yesterday, I was featured on The StoryTeller Project with a freshly written poem about storytelling. Go check it out and see some of the other incredible portraits Dan Bandel has taken around Santa Fe, NM in an attempt to capture the local flare and dynamic culture of this multifaceted city.
WATER IS THE NEW PRECEDENT – UPDATE
Read more about the collection here: http://bit.ly/TheNewPrecedent
It’s been almost two years since my time in North Dakota, and yet I still feel like I never fully came back. I just contributed $85 to L’eau Est La Vie Camp – No Bayou Bridge from money collected for these essays over the last several months. Based in Louisiana, the protectors there are up against the same companies that we faced in 2016.
Thank you to everyone who has grabbed a copy of WATER IS THE NEW PRECEDENT in person or online!
You can read about the collection and grab a copy here: http://bit.ly/TheNewPrecedent
Otherwise, please donate directly to say #NoBayouBridge here: https://www.gofundme.com/nobbp
Marshall Kavanaugh – Pecha Kucha Night Taos Volume 28 from pechakuchataos on Vimeo.
As part of The PASEO Festival 2018 in Taos, NM this year, I was invited to discuss my work as an installation artist and services as a Dream Poet For HIre at Pecha Kucha, Volume 28. I decided to take the opportunity to wax poetic on the archetype of The Poet and how they fit in with the larger world based on the things I’ve learned and experienced over the years while typing poetry on the street. Here is the video from that night. Enjoy!