Intense and bordering on bitter, the poems of Edward Michael O'Durr Supranowicz speak volumes on feelings of pointlessness and pain. Whether he is discussing death, poverty, or sex, he bluntly discusses subjects that we normally treat as unmentionable.
Edward works in a factory in Logan, Ohio. Some of his pomes have appeared in print journals such as Main Street Rag, ZamBomba, and River King. He has no e-mail address, but you can reach him through Unlikely Stories.
Edward's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
One Should Never Drink Alone
Father Rick Says (Homily #3)
Father Rick Says (Homily #4)
July 1999 - July 2000:
A Kite in the Rain
The Bunny Ate the Basket