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well it’s almost noon and i've done nothing all day, all my great plans shot to hell, of getting up at 7 and writing 3 new poems 1 new story 5 letters of sending out submissions to 4 new magazines and making several phone calls all by noon – so i'll just keep drinking coffee and reading from the stack of books on my kitchen table and maybe i'll go catch a flick and maybe just maybe i'll get half as much done tomorrow.

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Scott C. Holstad

Scott C. Holstad is the author/editor of roughly 30-35+ print books (one, "Places," was nominated for a Pulitzer), as well as a contributor to some 15-25 more. He has published in many different areas including poetry, literary criticism, tech, security, scientific/medical research, fiction, nonfiction, etc. His work has appeared in thousands of publications in 19+ languages. He's a 30-year member of the Authors Guild & can be found on Google Scholar as well as at the Poet's & Writers directory with a LibraryThing Author profile, a Wikidata profile & a Goodreads Author profile. He studied English Lit, tech writing, creative writing, computer science, computer engineering, law, political science, software engineering, history, electrical engineering and is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee, California State University Long Beach, UCLA & Queens University of Charlotte. Loves hockey & collecting artwork, rare vinyl, custom built high-end computers, customized knives & his large collection of books autographed to & for him by their authors. Some of his favorites include signed classics from Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Diane di Prima, Gerald Locklin, Edward Field, William Burroughs & Charles Bukowski.

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