Michael Walls’ poetry has appeared in a variety of literary journals and magazines including The New York Quarterly, South Carolina Review, Atlanta Review, The Midwest Quarterly, Poetry East, Poet Lore, and others. His award-winning chapbook, The Blues Singer, was published by The Frank Cat Press in 2003. His poems and articles have also appeared in law reviews and journals. He is a retired labor lawyer who now spends his time working as a volunteer on environmental issues, hiking, hanging out with friends and family, writing poems and letters to the editor, and listening to rock and roll, blues and jazz. He lives in Atlanta and sometimes in a cabin in the North Georgia mountains.
Paperback: 84 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (June 6, 2017)