chrisbrockman3

chrisbrockman3's recent writing

  1. This is the person who endures, the amalgam that makes the essence of who we are.

    Published Aug. 6, 2013, 11:57 a.m. 1
  2. Our lives are our stories, and we write them as we go along. When we are gone, they are history or herstory.

    Published July 19, 2013, 3:10 a.m. 0
  3. The first nursing home my father was in was predominantly people who were confused to comatose. It made quite an impression on me. This is one of the poems in ...

    Published July 13, 2013, 10:41 a.m. 1

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  1. review of irinadimitricstojic's piece, Their Songs
  2. review of Wildfleour's piece, ~Inherited Love~

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I teach English at Vance-Granville Community College in Henderson, NC.  I am the author of What about gods? and Growing Up in Boom Times.  I have written and published many articles, essays, reviews, and poems.  Much of my poetry is available at Gather.com or through online search.  I founded the first Church of Nature in 1978 and edited its Exegesis: A Journal; of Natural Philosophy fourteen years.  I was associate and poetry editor for NOMOS: Studies in Spontaneous Order for eight years.  I refer to myself as a libertarian humanist.  My tract Ten Principles of Libertarian Humanism should be available on Amazon Kindle soon.  To read an article I'm particularly proud of, see "Rach-Three Rocks Meadowbrook in Number 16 of the Oakland Journal or a poem I am proud to claim as my own, "On Hearing Beethoven's Fifth for the 99th Time" in number 14 of the Oakland Journal, both archived online.

Motto It is good to be reasonable and reasonable to be good.
Country United States of America
Gender Male
Joined 5 years, 1 month ago
Last active 4 years, 11 months ago