My father’s hand had a shorter finger cut by grain auger; his father, one, from infection. My hands are scarred, from work I’ve done, forRead More
Author: Duane Herrmann
Duane L. Herrmann, internationally published, award-winning poet and historian, has work translated into several languages, in print and online. He has a sci fi novel, seven full-length collections of poetry, a history book, and more chapbooks. His poetry has received the Robert Hayden Poetry Fellowship, inclusion in American Poets of the 1990s, Map of Kansas Literature (website), Kansas Poets Trail and others. These accomplishments defy his traumatic childhood embellished by dyslexia, ADHD and, now, PTSD. He spends his time on the prairie with trees in the breeze and writes – and loves the light of the moon!