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|
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