The Glenmore Sessions is Joseph Fulkerson's debut collection of poetry. In it you'll find his unique musings on life, love-both found and lost, and the human condition. This collection documents a time of great upheaval, of self discovery and rebirth that we can all relate to.
3 a.m. Blues is a reflection on a relationship
gone wrong in all the right ways.
From denial and bitterness to acceptance and forgiveness, it is a journey of great heartache that turned into tremendous personal growth.
The Manchurian Mandate is a sociopolitical rumination on the state of affairs in long poem form.
It is a call to action, a call for involvement, a call for engagement.
It is a call for representation of the millions who work tirelessly day in and day out for a scrap of happiness.
Joseph Fulkerson runs Laughing Ronin Press and is the author of ten books and chapbooks. His most recent, "The Electric Preacher" is forthcoming from Holy & Intoxicated Publications. He lives and works in the bourbon-soaked hills of Western Kentucky.