A sort of cross between prose and verbal storytelling, the poems of Richard Fein are inspired by folklore, religion, and a keen observation of the world around him. He turns the minutae of daily life into allegories for all the issues that plauge us, and does so with a sharp and balanced intelligence.
Richard has published, or will be published, in numerous print and on-line journals, including Snakeskin, The Freezone Quarterly, Ygdrasil, The Mississippi Review, Anthology, Blue Unicorn, Oregon East, Kansas Quarterly, Small Pond, and Sulphur River. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
A Question of Thirteen Seconds
One Night Stand
July 1999 - July 2000:
The Old Neanderthal Shaman Muses
The Dynamics of Capitalism
The Daugher's Version