Allen Field Weitzel Poets’ Espresso newsletterAllen For Inspiration—June-July 2007 We’re Only Us, Afterall, #2—June-July 2007 Anything To Do With You—June-July 2007 Waiting For God’s Nap—June-July 2007 What I’m Good At, #4—June-July 2007 Where Will You Find Me? —June-July 2007 How Much Sand Did We Leave? —August-September 2007 Canyons—October-November 2007 Slide By, #2—October-November 2007 Edge Of Sleep—October-November 2007 This Time Of Year—December 2007-January 2008 One Of Us—February-March 2008 Maybe One Man—February-March 2008 Sometimes It Is—April-May 2008 Samantha Riley—June-July 2008 Should Be Doing—August-September 2008 Soft—December 2008-January 2009
You And Me, Aisle 3—February-March 2009 Seagulls And Other Diversions—February-March 2009 The Beautiful Fog—rewrite #1—April—May 2009 Tell The Neighbors—April—May 2009 For All The Eyes Said—August—September 2009 Slightly Ahead—October—November 2009 Morning Ascent 6 (Photo)—December 2009—January 2010 Panda On The Ground (Photo)—December 2009—January 2010 Nature’s Daughter—June—July 2010 Saturday Balloons 6 v4—June—July 2010
Allen Field Weitzel sold his first poem in 1965, while attending the California College of Arts & Crafts. Since the late ‘60s, Allen’s work has been published in hundreds of poetry periodicals. This author has self-published 35 poetry books. When starting out, Allen was mentored by Michael McClure and Rod McKuen. He is a frequent contributor to poetsespresso. Access the Weitzel website if you wish to know more about this author, at [ www.witent.com ].