Eric Lawson is the author of three chapbooks of poetry, four comedy collections, an always-in-progress memoir entitled Welcome to Inglewood, and four short films. He took the Best Poem honors at the 2012 Los Angeles Neo-Noir Film Festival. Most recently, his work has appeared in A Poet is a Poet No Matter How Tall, The San Pedro River Review, and The Edgar Allan Poet Journal. He is a genuinely silly person with a side of the uber profound. Just don’t come between him and his coffee or ketchup.
Poetry on Cadence Collective: Roundabout Inspirado, Because I Just Can’t Make Another Bottle of Iichiko Magically Materialize in the Back of the Fridge, Metaphoria, Wreck, Shipped, Orangefinger