My Sons Go Dancing
Richard Ives has recently completed more than twenty years of work on Tunneling to the Moon; A Psychological Gardner’s Book of Days, from which “My Sons Go Dancing” is taken. The book is composed of 365 “moles,” one for each day of the year. It attempts to ravage several genre boundaries while unearthing various embarrassments and treasurers, as well as leaving mounds of rich compost for the disturbed followers of “Selective Channeling.” ["Contributor Note" from original publication, 1998.]
Fiction | Poetry
"My Sons Go Dancing,"
The Prose Poem: An International Journal:
Vol. 7, Article 27.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.providence.edu/prosepoem/vol7/iss1/27