May 23, 2022


S.A. Gerber



[Poem]

Poem

Literary Wish List (2022-01-31) poem unrhymed

S. A. Gerber is a native and resident again of Los Angeles, CA. after having spent twenty-four years in a neighboring "city of sin" in the Silver State of Nevada.

Cornucopia (2022-02-28) poem unrhymed

"...run dry of space and tolerance..."

Sifting Sand (2022-03-28) poem unrhymed

"...trying to conjure a lasting rainbow..."


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S.A. Gerber
S.A. Gerber


S. A. Gerber is a native and resident again of Los Angeles, CA. after having spent twenty-four years in a neighboring "city of sin" in the Silver State of Nevada. His work has appeared in such diverse publications as Desert Voices Magazine, Subtopian Magazine, Talking Sidewalks, Mad Swirl, (where he is a "contributing Poet"), Sediment Literary and Arts Journal, Poetica Magazine, Black Heart Magazine, The Blue Collar Review, Los Angeles Review of Los Angeles, The Linden Avenue Literary Journal, The Poet's Haven, Stray Light Literary Magazine, Literature in Los Angeles Magazine, Opiate Magazine, Pacific Poetry, Neologism Poetry Journal, The Lyric, Free Venice Beachhead, The Shot Glass Journal, ,Dove Tales --"Empathy in Art: Embracing the Other", Writing for Peace, International Journal of the Arts, Alien Buddha Press-Holiday Anthology-2020, The Rye Whiskey Review, Dumpster Fire Press, and Open Skies Quarterly. He is also a member of the Los Angeles Poet's Society, (where his work can be found "Spotlighted" on their website). (His work can also be accessed by Googling "The Poetry of S. A. Gerber," as well as on a Facebook page under the same title).

His three (3) volumes of poetry, Under the Radar, Inventory, and Old School Rhyme can all be obtained on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com, as well as Beyond Baroque Bookstore in Venice, CA. The Amber Unicorn in Las Vegas, NV. The Book Monster in Santa Monica, CA. , The Book Jewel in Westchester, CA. and City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco, CA. His books have also just been included in The Sims Library of Poetry.

(Gerb has a new poetry volume due early in 2022.)



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