those tender places
how the butter
needs no excuse
of a first kiss
how she likes
to be stirred
is an award-winning cherita poet, a Best of the Net and Dwarf Star nominee, and
the author of six books of haiku-based writing. His titles include Steel Cut
Moon (Cholla Needles Press, 2019), The Silence We Came For (Yavanika
Press), and Just Dust and Stone, with Bryan Rickert (Velvet Dusk Publishing).
In 2017, Peter invented a new linked form, the split sequence, which is haiku-centered.
His short-form writing has appeared in many journals and anthologies, including
Failed Haiku, Haibun Today, KYSO Flash, The Aurorean, and The Cherita.
Peter lives with his family in the high desert of southern California.
Inheritance, a collaborative split sequence with Christine Villa,
here in MacQ-9