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Don Kingfisher Campbell, is the founder of POETRYpeople youth writing
workshops, publisher of the San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly, leader of
the Emerging Urban Poets writing and Wednesday Afternoon Critique workshops, and host of Monday Night Poetry in Pasadena, California. He is the recipient
of the National Writers Association's Los Angeles Chapter Author Of The Month Certificate, the Artists For A Better World Spirit Of Youth Award, an
Honorable Mention in the Pathetic.org 9/11 poetry contest, the Pennsylvania
State Poetry Society's Charles Ferguson Prize, and an Arroyo Arts Collective's Poetry In The Windows Prize. His poetry has been recently
published in the anthologies Free-Wheeling, Prism Quarterly, Open Windows,
Cookies And Poetry, Dirt, Cosmic Brownies, Three Chord Poems, Midnight Mind Number Five, So Luminous The Wildflowers, and
One Drop To Be The Color Black; and is also viewable on the internet at the Tattoo Highway, Poetry
Midwest, River Walk, New Verse News, Poets Against The War, Hiss Quarterly,
Poetic Diversity, Edifice Wrecked, Call To Arts, Lunarosity, Writer's Hood, Poetic Voices, MindFire Renewed, Poetry Super Highway, Wilmington Blues,
Bonfire, and Poetz websites.
His first book of poetry Enter, reviewed as "pithy, trenchant, raw with life", was published by iUniverse Press and is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, etc. You can find him interviewed on Litrave.com and Poetix.net.
a floating plant
I DIED AND WENT TO HECK
When I went down the short chute
TOP OF THE NEWS
Scientists have cracked
POETS, WHERE DO THEY HIDE?
In an apartment or house they'll dwell
© 2005 Don Campbell
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