Saturday, October 06, 2007

Trifecta

From the when-it-rains-it-pours file:
Looks like I will have a poem, "Heart Scan," in next week's JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association). And tomorrow Garrison Keillor is set to read my poem "Reconsidering the Seven" on The Writer's Almanac. (Scroll down to October 7th and you can listen to it on the archive). I am especially tickled with the Writer's Almanac date, because it is the 50th anniversary of Ginsberg reading "Howl." Along with the ALP appearance, I feel like I have won some kind of lottery. Hmmm. Maybe I should be buying tickets this week?

11 comments:

ka said...

Great title for your post! And congrats to you all around!

Pamela said...

Congratulations--you should be buying lottery tickets--or at least writing poems about them!

C. Dale said...

Wow! You are on a roll. Trifecta, indeed!

word verifiction: "wrddok"

I see word doctor in that!

Peter said...

KA, P: Thanks. I really should buy a lotto ticket today.
CD: "wrddok" That's great!

Justin Evans said...

Amazing!

Ivy said...

Congratulations, Peter! :-D

Anne said...

Wow, congratulations! It is all much deserved. :)

A. J. Patrick Liszkiewicz said...

Congrats!

Collin said...

You are on a serious roll! Congrats on everything, Peter.

32poems.com said...

Congratulations! You really are on a roll.

Esther's Writing Works said...

Hi Peter,

Down here in Central CA. visiting a son, I am so glad for having opened the Writer's Almanac today. I love that I found you there.

Hope to see you at an upcoming reading.

Blessings for the work you do,

Esther