Half Drunk Muse Poetry


Charles Ries

Charles Ries

Charles P. Ries lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His narrative poems, short stories, interviews and poetry reviews have appeared in over one hundred print and electronic publications. He has received three Pushcart Prize nominations for his writing and most recently he read his poetry on National Public Radio‚Äôs Theme and Variations, a program that is broadcast over seventy NPR affiliates. Ries is also the author of five books of poetry—the most recent entitled The Last Time which was just released by The Moon Press in Tucson, Arizona. He is the poetry editor for Word Riot and he is on the board of the Woodland Pattern Bookstore in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. You may find additional samples of his work by going to: http://www.literarti.net/Ries/


Word Riot


Review of Baby Beat Generation, Companion Quote: Kaye McDonough Spring 2006
Review of Baby Beat Generation Spring 2006
Review of Christopher Robin’s Who Will Pay the Royalties for the Voices in My Head Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Don Carroll’s Forever Changed Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Don Winter’s Things About to Disappear Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Doug Holder’s Wrestling with My Father Spring 2006
Review of Ellaraine Lockie’s Finishing Lines Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Joseph Farley’s Suckers Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Klyd Watkins’s 5 Speed Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Michael Kriesel’s Chasing Saturday Night: Poems about Rural Wisconsin Spring and Summer 2005
Review of Rhina P. Espaillat’s Mundo y Palabra: The World & Word Winter 2005
Review of Vinograd & Lerner, eds.‘s New American Underground Poetry Vol. 1 Spring and Summer 2005
You Never Left Spring 2004

About HDM

Half Drunk Muse was one of the first poetry ezines. It was founded in 1999 and ceased publication in 2006.

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