Location:Saratoga Springs, NY
Favorite Font:Janson, Palatino
Favorite Place to Write:
rustic houses near the forest or mountains
Favorite Place to Read:
anywhere a book is handy, but preferably not on the rack
Best time of day to write:
late afternoon to late evening
John H. Maher is a Pittsburgh, PA-born poet and critic currently attending Skidmore College as a senior literature/writing and history major. He is an Eagle Scout, a studied amateur musician—voice, bassoon, saxophone—and a devoutly lapsed Catholic, and is filled with an unparalleled mytho-wanderlust and Americana-related fever. His work has been featured in The Midwest Coast Review and Magnapoets and is to be published in the forthcoming issue of The Adirondack Review. He is currently interning for Red Lemonade and The Adirondack Review. He lives alternately in Rockville Centre and Saratoga Springs, NY.
The mythology of existence, America's pulsing ethos and pathos, that place between sleep and waking, the presence in absence, the "third drink" à la Toni Morrison (see "Song of Solomon," page, err, something), and brilliant creators and works to vast and varied to mention here.
John Maher's Last Word
|What are you reading?||Conversation||85||12 weeks 6 days ago|
|Talking About Talking About God - 001||Chapter||0||41 weeks 6 days ago|
|Seeking Bubbly Ones for Strange Adventures /Orchard Picking/ Sacred Quests/ Manual Labor||Blog post||3||1 year 18 weeks ago|
|If You Look for My Heart (completed MS.) - 001||Chapter||9||1 year 23 weeks ago|