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Phil Rockstroh

Phil Rockstroh

Phil Rockstroh is a poet, lyricist, essayist and philosopher bard. His poems, short fiction and essays have been published in numerous print publications and anthologies; his political essays have been widely posted on the progressive side of the internet. After much angst regarding his alienation from the excesses of empire and the hyper-capitalist/consumer paradigm of the present era, Phil has resolved to "make a home in being lost," and make the collective folly and personal vicissitudes of the predicament the theme of his creative efforts. He may be contacted at [email protected]. Visit Phil's website and Facebook page.

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Phil Rockstroh

Phil Rockstroh

Phil Rockstroh is a poet, lyricist, essayist and philosopher bard. His poems, short fiction and essays have been published in numerous print publications and anthologies; his political essays have been widely posted on the progressive side of the internet. After much angst regarding his alienation from the excesses of empire and the hyper-capitalist/consumer paradigm of the present era, Phil has resolved to "make a home in being lost," and make the collective folly and personal vicissitudes of the predicament the theme of his creative efforts. He may be contacted at [email protected]. Visit Phil's website and Facebook page.

Other articles by this author

Contemplating the Abyss

By Phil Rockstroh, Consortium News | News Analysis

Confronting the Big Empty

By Phil Rockstroh, Consortium News | News Analysis

Police State Blues

By Phil Rockstroh, Consortium News | Report