Small Wonders by James Keane
Updated: Sep 22
James Keane, in so any ways, is "everyman" (or woman for that matter), in his latest volume of heartfelt poems, "Small Wonders." As an editor, I've been reading, enjoying and publishing his work for years. As a poetry lover, time means nothing. Days, weeks, years have no relevance, only the words matter-- woven into myriad tapestries by a skilled poet, fresh, beautiful, and moving, that I may glimpse the world as someone else sees it, and come away with a deep sense of kinship.
James Keane resides in northern New Jersey with his wife and son and a menagerie of merry pets. Now retired, he made his living through four decades in business-to-business magazine publishing, public relations and advertising. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English Literature 100 years ago at Georgetown University. His poems have appeared in print and online journals as well as several anthologies. His first
chapbook, What Comes Next, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2013.