“Strange Travelers Once 1984 Set In Hard” Appears In February Issue of Drunk Monkeys

I am so glad this poem calling for people to wake up to the world outside the bubble of middle class lives is appearing now. When life in the US becomes all too close to resembling Orwell’s 1984, it is time for awareness and action for positive change, poetic and otherwise. Check out the poem on this link to the February issue of Drunk Monkeys: http://www.drunkmonkeys.us/2017-posts/2018/2/5/poetry-strange-travelers-once-1984-set-in-hard-king-grossman



King’s award winning novel, Letters To Alice, receives a wonderful review from its judge for yet another literary contest sponsored by Writer’s Digest! Check out the review: In LETTERS TO ALICE, King Grossman gives us a profoundly interesting character in Frazier Pickett III, who calls himself “the slumbering man.” He’s a writer who can’t write… Continue Reading

Three of King’s Poems to be Published by The Paragon Journal

These poems “FOR THOSE WHO TRAVEL WITHOUT MAPS”, “SO GINGERLY WE TAKE THE STATUES DOWN”, and “AMID TALK OF PLACING SOLAR PANELS ON THE U.S.’ VERY OWN BERLIN WALL”, represent a mix of lyrical meditations and a fist raised against political corruption and societal injustice, beauty placed alongside resistance, in my experience, a necessary combination. Thanks so… Continue Reading

King’s Short Story Pearls In The Mist to be Published in Patricia Hamilton’s Book Life In Pacific Grove California

As part of Patricia Hamilton’s Stories of America series, King is pleased to offer for her book, Life In Pacific Grove California, his short story to a collection of stories about the community in which he lives. King’s piece, Pearls In The Mist, is a fantastical ode to a place close to his heart, and to his feet,… Continue Reading

King as Host of Artivism on Your Town TV Focuses on the Ongoing Movement of Standing With Standing Rock

In this airing of Artivism King is so pleased to have interviewed Standing Rock allies, Chuck Banner, Television Producer/Director/Documentarian; Lauren Banner, Documentarian/Artist/Activist; and, Kelsey Hill, Social Media Director for the Romero Institute. From their experiences at Standing Rock in North Dakota each of King’s guests offer unique and perceptive viewpoints on the movement for restorative social… Continue Reading

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