Fold me here. Fold me there. Fold me everywhere. I've been doing well in the new year, 3019, excuse me, 2009, wait wait... 2019, ehhm. I've written one thing on Twitter. Boom. Sincerely nothing to worry about. I have penned a few letters, which need to be sent in the post. Hoping you are being … Continue reading Dowko Update2
Hey, it's Dowko. It's also 2019. Hope you are filling up your grocery buggy with lots of food. I also hope that you have those little simplicity in your life that make it worth it to wake up. 2018 was a great year for SMP. We published our first issue, Mouths. If you haven't, and … Continue reading Profession
First I get it down on the screen. I always hesitate while I write and I'm trying to fix this. I had a music teacher once, piano, her name was Miss Miller. She was a great pianist and helped me to learn a skill that I've never forgotten: how to read music. Another lesson that … Continue reading Having Something to Say
Last night, I was drifting off to bed and I was thinking about what being a modern writer in today's world even means, and whether I want to be a writer anymore. Yet here I am, the next day, putting in work and pounding away at the keys all morning. I believe there are to … Continue reading All That Pains Me
I sit around at the PC with nothing much on my mind. Of course I have a beer at this hour, it's like 9:22 P.M. on a hump day. I was inspired by @editorspence to write you guys and gals and others a new post on what I've been up to...which is difficult for me. … Continue reading Dowko’s Update
I've been in the process of moving to Japan. I arrived about a month ago and have been adjusting ever since to not only the culture of Japan, but the culture of the country side.
Audio Interview with poet and author John DeRosa