He is the winner of eight national poetry awards. His poetry and short stories have been published in numerous literary journals including Los Angeles Times, California Quarterly, CSPS Poetry Letter, Rick Lupert's Poetry Super Highway, Speculative Poets of Texas, The Horror Zine Summer Digest 2012 and many others.
His writings are archived at UCLA Library of Special Collections, Poets House/NYC and Simon Wiesenthal Center/Museum of Tolerance.
His screenplay, "THE WEB," placed TOP 100 in the Semi-Finals at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
You can find his books, poetry and audio books on Amazon, CreateSpace & Goodreads.
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"SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER" ... When John Travolta's character, Tony Manero, strutted down 86th Street in Brooklyn, everything changed ... Music. Dance. Fashion. Overnight!
I was Rocky's Hair Stylist back in the late 1990s. He had just moved to Hollywood from Tennessee and was trying to break into the industry; working various jobs to make ends meet. From being a promoter for Jack Daniels, to being a bartender at clubs.
We first met in 2009. He was a Server at the Cheesecake Factory/ The Grove. A handsome young man that was attentive to his customers, had a terrific sense of humor and an infectious smile.