Andres is innovative, strong, creative, and full of surprises. His unique writing style and subject matter are an expression of his innermost wishes, hopes, dreams, goals, and sometimes secrets. The experiences of him being bi-polar, gay, Mexican American, and, a bit crazy give him an interesting perspective of life. Each one of his aspects holds a unique feel to life. His struggles to keep his life balanced are only fortified by the love of his family that supports his eccentricities. Pull up a chair, get comfortable, and go through the website. Enjoy his poems, read his writing, and get a giggle from his blogs. You will have fun and you will be glad you did. Enjoy.
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(c) 2017, Livingston Woolf. In my teens, my parents dragged me from specialist to specialist. They were ashamed of my “perversion” as my enlightened father called it. Ultimately, they dragged me to an endocrinologist who put me through a battery of tests. Mom and dad were shocked when they heard the doctor’s report “There’s an […]
(c) 2017, Michael Ampersant This wasn’t my first time, not even in Florence, but it’s my shtick, if you will. I’ve taken up position on the steps of the Loggia della Signoria, squatting between the statues of Cellini’s Perseus and Fedi’s Rape of the Polyxena. I’m not a prostitute, but I’m a slut with […]
(c) 2017, Andre DeCuir When Brendan was 16, his parents got divorced and sent him to therapy. He saw Dr. Bill for about a year and then stopped, maybe because his mother got tired of being the only one to take him there. Brendan’s father moved into a trailer park along the Baton Rouge highway, […]