Laurence Overmire's poems could be described as comic and touching, but less in the way that a Hallmark card is comic and touching and more in the way that a sudden grab to the crotch is comic and touching. His works are satirical, exploring the weaknesses both in our society and in his own psyche.
Laurence Overmire is an actor/director who has worked on both coasts and in-between, on stage, film and television. His poetry has been or will be published in Kimera, The Penwood Review, Nuthouse, Lynx Eye, Emotions, Angelflesh, Maelstrom, The Laire, Uprising, Office Number One, Superior Poetry News, Main Street Rag Poetry Journal, Children, Churches and Daddies, Short North Gazette, Nomad's Choir, Improvijazzation Nation, The Writer's Exchange, Over the Back Fence Magazine, Niederngasse, Apples and Oranges, Pegasus, Blind Man's Rainbow, Wings, L'Intrigue, Mobius, Footprints, Vol. No. Magazine, Transcendant Visions, Art Villa, Bonfire, Horsethief's Journal and others. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laurence's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
July 1999 - July 2000:
Who Knows Why
Barking Up My Tree
No Control has previously appeared in Some Words: A Place for Poetry.