Category Archives: Foundation News

VISITANT TO PUBLISH FOUR OF KING’S POEMS IN UPCOMING ISSUES RELEASED MARCH THROUGH MAY THIS YEAR

VISITANT TO PUBLISH FOUR OF KING’S POEMS IN UPCOMING ISSUES RELEASED MARCH THROUGH MAY THIS YEAR

“Literary Pilgrims Welcome”—right there on Visitant’s homepage this says it all for me to feel completely at home with this magnificent journal inviting me into its family of contributors. My poem “Perhaps Why A Poet” is set to appear in the March 20 issue; “Two Bigger Birds Getting Smaller Fly Toward New Names” in the April 10 issue; “Growing Younger As… Continue Reading

THE SLAG REVIEW TO PUBLISH KING’S POEMS “WHAT IT IS ABOUT THIS MATRIMONY” AND “ANCIENT WAYS AMIDST THE HIGHLY DOMESTICATED HARVEST”

THE SLAG REVIEW TO PUBLISH KING’S POEMS “WHAT IT IS ABOUT THIS MATRIMONY” AND “ANCIENT WAYS AMIDST THE HIGHLY DOMESTICATED HARVEST”

You’ve got to love the name and subtitle for this magnificent journal,The Slag Review: a journal of art, literature, and metallurgy. “WHAT IT IS ABOUT THIS MATRIMONY” was inspired—and therefore is literary-soul slag—by the metallurgy of forging the beauty of reality and mysticism in my partnership with the lovely Lisa. With immeasurable gratitude I put to you, dear reader, our life… Continue Reading

“FOR THE LOVE OF ROCKS” TO BE PUBLISHED BY NEBO LITERARY JOURNAL

“FOR THE LOVE OF ROCKS” TO BE PUBLISHED BY NEBO LITERARY JOURNAL

This poem about the love of partners in its fuller spectrum of pain and ecstasy of intimacy, along with the playfulness of the subconscious, brings real joy for it to be accepted for publication by such a wonderful literary journal as Arkansas Tech University’s Nebo. Please stay tuned for the upcoming release of the edition of the journal with this poem in… Continue Reading

CARBON CULTURE REVIEW TO PUBLISH TWO OF KING’S POEMS, “ALL CLOCKS ARE BROKEN” AND “ONE OF THE UNBOUND”

CARBON CULTURE REVIEW TO PUBLISH TWO OF KING’S POEMS, “ALL CLOCKS ARE BROKEN” AND “ONE OF THE UNBOUND”

Wow! It is such a wonderful thing to have my poems “All Clocks Are Broken” and “One Of The Unbound” selected for publication by Carbon Culture Review— a literary and poetry journal dedicated to exploring the intersections of technology, literature, and art. I believe that poetry, literature, art are the vehicles to get human beings to feel, to care,… Continue Reading

King is interviewed by Mark Baer on Conversations and Collaborations

I had a wonderful time with my good friend and fellow author and artist, Mark Baer, on Mark’s production of Conversations and Collaborations. In this interview I talk about my upcoming novel Ishmael’s Scroll as well as the creative process for various writers, including myself. We also explore the intersections and differences between poetry and story telling, and then… Continue Reading

THE COURTSHIP OF WINDS TO PUBLISH KING’S POEM “FUGITIVES”

What a beautifully mesmerizing name for a literary journal, The Courtship of Winds. “Fugitives” is about the kind of love “men too gentle to live among wolves” (as the poet James Kavanaugh put it), share with women sensitive enough to love them precisely because of this. Every poet should pen some unrequited love poems, I’m sure of it. Enjoy this… Continue Reading

The Midwest Quarterly To Publish King’s Poem “On the Day of the Fourth Amigo”

I’m very happy that Pittsburg State University’s esteemed literary and poetry journal, The Midwest Quarterly, has selected my poem “On the Day of the Fourth Amigo” for publication. This is a poem about overcoming patriarchy and the cultural/religious thinking that supports this flawed institution. It celebrates embracing the wisdom that rises from our subconscious. Thanks tons to… Continue Reading

ARTIVISM: A FEW CLEVER AND INVOLVED PEOPLE GET A BIG MESSAGE OUT ON ENDING THE USE OF FOSSIL FUELS

King and some artist / activists used driftwood on Carmel Beach to spell out “NO OIL DRILLING . . . SOS” during the Saturday round of the AT&T Pro-Am PGA golf tournament at Pebble Beach Golf Links. This beach is located directly beside the 10th fairway at Pebble Beach. The Goodyear blimp was overhead to get those… Continue Reading