|Cover photo by Steven Smith|
Crisis Chronicles Press is pleased to announce the publication of I Can Live with Death, a chapbook by David B. McCoy. Published 23 June 2012, I Can Live with Death is hand assembled, saddle staple bound with white cover stock, hard olive card stock endpapers and white pages. 8.5 x 5.5", inkjet printed. Only 60 copies in print. Available for $5 from Crisis Chronicles Press, 3431 George Avenue, Parma, Ohio 44134 USA.
When I was a child,
and my father was still alive,
my parents would take us to parties
where the men would get dead drunk
and begin beating the hell out of their wives....
-- selection from "In My Little Child's Voice" in I Can Live with Death.
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Poet's bio (as of 2012, from the chapbook):
David B. McCoy grew up in the “Cleveland Street Hood” of Elyria, Ohio, and recently retired from 32 years of teaching social studies. He earned his history teaching degree from Ashland University and his graduate degree from Kent State University. David’s work at Kent explored the influences of socialization on personality development.
Since 1979, David has run Spare Change Press, which in recent years has focused on publishing poetry chapbooks. He is the author of several books available from Amazon.com* and barnesandnoble.com:
The Geometry of Blue (poetry). Print only.*
Voices from Behind the Mask (poetry). Print only.*
The Tao of Libertarianism. Print and eBook.
The Academy, a short book of fiction. EBook only.
Minimalist guide to picking high yield dividend stocks. EBook only.
A Short History of Hilton Head Island. Ebook only.
George Washington (HarperCollins / History In An Hour)
Andrew Jackson (HarperCollins / History In An Hour)
Gullah Culture: 1670-1950. Ebook only.
David divides his time between living in Ohio and on Hilton Head Island.