How to Cook a Turkey: And Other Poems.

I have been a writer for most of my life. Or, maybe I’ve been a storyteller. It’s hard to know for sure. In the fifth grade, a poem, my first published work, Ethan Allen and the Green Boys, appeared in the school newspaper.

C’mon, you’re pulling my drumstick.

How to Cook a Turkey: and Other Poems by Howard Feigenbaum

I am proud to announce the publication of my new book, How to Cook a Turkey and Other Poems.

This is a compendium of 23 poems and 28 photographs. Several poems and photos are already award winners.

In this collection you can look forward to reading such compelling poems as Is My Tea Kettle Too Old?, Saliva, I Wish I Were a Soul Train Dancer, Ode to a Grocery Bag and, of course, How to Cook a Turkey.

I highly recommend How to Cook a Turkey and Other Poems as gifts to friends and family for Thanksgiving and for the upcoming holidays.  Some may consider reading a few selections around the dinner table.

As Emily Dickinson once said, “If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.” Maybe she went just a little too far, but I’ll keep a close eye on everyone.

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How to Cook a Turkey: And Other Poems by Howard Feigenbaum

Indie Author Howard Feigenbaum in Singapore

 

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