in Brooklyn in 1970. Poet. Professor. The last of the few
students who were tutored by American poet Allen Ginsberg.
His poems have appeared in Long Island Quarterly, The Long
Islander, Poetrybay, Evolution, Twisted Nipples, and Brooklyn
Review. He currently resides in Patchogue, Long Island where
he wages war against self-preservation. In one of his latest
poems he muses about the absurdity of taking existence too
seriously--"Some people you can't picture dead: the ones
whose ashtrays are never empty or the ones whose laughter
is like a bull chasing death over the hills."