Congress celebrates Constitution Day by passing a “much better” version of the Bill of Rights

“Happy Constitution Day! We saved you some leftovers!”

Dry-Humping Parnassus

Finally, a "goddamned piece of paper" George W. Bush can respect. (Image graphic by the author.)

Finally, a “goddamned piece of paper” George W. Bush can respect. (Image graphic by the author.)

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Dry-Humping Parnassus Featured At Discover

Dry-Humping Parnassus is today’s featured poetry blog at Discover, “A daily selection of the best content published on WordPress, collected for you by humans who love to read.” Thanks to Discover Editor and Chief Semicolon Advocate Michelle W. for featuring my stuff, and especially to all of you humans out there for reading, following and supporting it. With any luck, the Muse will let me go outside and play now.

Robin Lucas publishes poems, stories, and satire. He began writing at 22, mostly by accident: as he states in his bio, he had a typewriter, plenty of time due to unemployment, and a sudden urge to express his festering self-indulgence. He’s based in Southern California.

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In-Flight Literary Magazine Issue #6 Is Airborne. Also…

Happy New Year!

Reports of my recent disappearance are fairly accurate, but I’m still here, still alive, and still regaining my cognitive functions after a brutal holiday work schedule that pretty much put the kibosh on new writing. There’s good stuff in the works, however, and Dry-Humping Parnassus will return to full production soon.

In the meantime, my friends over at Paper Plane Pilot Publishing have launched their latest issue of “In-flight Literary Magazine.” The Pilots were kind enough to include two of my poems, and the “Featured Pilot” for this issue is the well-deserving Gabby McCullough.

Congratulations to Gabby and the “flight manifest” of other talented poets and writers whose work also appears in the issue—and thanks once again to the Paper Plane Pilots for including me among them. Now get over there, check ’em out, give ’em a follow and tell ’em I sent you.