I recently distributed books from the Take-It-To-The-Street-Poetry Project in Denver, Fort Collins, and Bellevue, Colorado, containing one of my poems “Possibility.” The project is a worldwide effort to make poetry accessible in places it is not often found, for free.

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About Brucearlenwasserman

Bruce Arlen Wasserman assembled his first poetry manuscript at the age of seventeen and farmed and worked as a blacksmith in his twenties. He received a BA in Mass Communications from Winona State University and an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. His literary career has spanned work in news and periodicals, as a freelancer and an editor. His publications include a 2011 poetry collection, An Undiscovered Country (Horace Simerman Literary Press). His poem, “The Wet on Milan Street,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His poem, “Elegy for My Father,” was chosen for inclusion in the Proverse Poetry Prize Anthology, 2017, and his short story, “The Almost Living,” was selected as a semi-finalist for the 2017 Francine Ringold Awards for New Writers. His Poem, "Louisiana Life" will appear in the Spring/Summer, 2018 edition of the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review. Bruce is a Literary Critic for the New York Journal of Books and the Washington Independent Review of Books, creates visual art as a potter, performs as a musician in a band, works with horses and is a dentist in clinical practice.
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  1. Beverly Barber says:

    This is great! I feel very special to have helped with the distribution and sharing volumes of poetry with the community.

  2. the word bar says:

    Thank you so very much for your participation.. and the pictures look great on the tittsp site as well.
    Thanks again Bruce….it’s people like you that help share the arts…

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