Dale Patterson is a visual artist and poet living in the flatlands of Indiana. He finds mountains to be pretentious bullies that block out the morning sun. Dale is most comfortable with horizons that reveal the curvature of the earth and where crows have no place to hide.
Dale’s work has appeared in many online and print journals, a list of them can be found on his website. Once there, be sure to check out the link to his online chapbook, Doubts Firm My Religion. It includes postcard-style illustrations for each poem.