James C. Henderson is a graduate of Metropolitan State University in technical communication with a minor in creative writing and holds an MFA from Hamline University in writing. His poetry has appeared in several journals including Sleet Magazine, 42opus, Poetry Midwest, Haute Dish, the What Light poetry series at mnartists.org, and on air at KAXE/KBXE: Northern Community Radio’s program The Beat. A chapbook of his poetry, Chasing Delight, was published by Red Bird Chapbooks in October 2015. He lives in New Brighton, Minnesota with his lovely wife, Athena.
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Cutting My Father’s Hair
CUTTING MY FATHER’S HAIR James C. Henderson My father sits on a chair in the middle of the kitchen a … More →
The Tiniest Patient
THE TINIEST PATIENT James C. Henderson —for Anastasia My granddaughter found a bird doing backflips in the middle of the … More →
Savanna of the Serengeti
SAVANNA OF THE SERENGETI James C. Henderson Within me is a vast savanna where rare, wild animals roam. Imaginary beasts … More →
THE NIGHTGOWN James C. Henderson The birds are singing this morning just as they do every morning waking us each … More →
Homer at Silverwood Park
Homer out for a walk at Silverwood Park on May 17, 2013.
James Salter has left us, but this video is a good introduction to him in his last years.
“The Look of Love,” sung by Diana Krall
One of the classic love songs, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, and sung by one of the great singers of torch songs