That goal of getting into that publication spurred my imagination to recollect my important memories
In September of 2021, I was named the Poet Laureate of Oshkosh.
I looked into what to price my ebook. Amazon recommended .99 cents for the most sales and $1.99 for the most profit (or was it 2.99).
I am simply impressed by this book. It makes a statement about living in Wisconsin, being a man, and being a Native American. I read Clark’s other books, really liked them and thought that he was done with memoir/chapbook. In this book he shows he has a lot more to say. I think Clark wants … Continue reading Rebel Poet By Louis V Clark III
Photo by Daniel van den Berg on Unsplash The Bill of Rights has been modified and updated as the times changed. I believe we could change it so that we are safer and most gun owners are happy. Gun owners are rightfully worried that people will continue to work until they no longer have … Continue reading NRA is holding a Gun
I am a writer. So you know what that means. Exactly. Socially awkward as hell. I am a better communicator as a writer than as a speaker. This is especially poignant as you are reading this and this aint that good either. Writers conferences are sometimes put on by writers. A crazy thought, but stick … Continue reading I am a Lakefly
This is my review for Louis Clark's chapbook How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century. This is from the Wisconsin Historical Press. "The story Mr. Clark tells is fascinating. It's his story of growing up Native American in Wisconsin and facing racism, discrimination, and a difficult childhood. Don't worry though, Mr. Clark also … Continue reading How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century
I have been a part of the Lakefly Writers Conference for the last five years now. I've spoken at it twice and I want to invite you to come to #lakefly17. If you are a writer, you need to go to a conference. They do so many things for you. They teach. They create friendships, … Continue reading Lakefly Writers Conference