About the Book
Unashamed Observations is a collection of 110 prose poems. The poems address living for nine years in Japan, traveling in the Far East, driving a taxi for five years in New York City, growing up in the Bronx, and living for seven years in an orphanage in Pennsylvania. They include poems about relationships with animals, books, and body parts, and record the depth of experiences with the men and women I have met.
About the Author
Richard Krause has had three collections of fiction published titled Studies in Insignificance (Livingston Press), The Horror of the Ordinary (Unsolicited Press), and Crawl Space & Other Stories of Limited Maneuverability (Unsolicited Press). He also has had three collections of epigrams published, Optical Biases (EyeCorner Press in Denmark), Eye Exams (Propertius Press), and Blind Insights into the Writing Process (Fomite Press). Krause lived for nine years in Japan and drove a taxi for five years in NYC. He currently lives in Kentucky where he is retired from teaching at a community college.