What’s Wrong With the Car by Phillip Sterling

Art credit - Elizabeth Stark

Art credit – Elizabeth Stark

Phillip Sterling has gotten to the age where he has annual check-ups with his doctor.  As the appointments tend to be in the summer, he is able to drive to them in his 1999 Mazda Miata, which he dry-docks in the winter, as it is folly to drive a sports car in the snow.  His most recent collection of poetry is a chapbook titled And for All This: Poems from Isle Royale, much of which was composed while he served as artist-in-residence for Isle Royale National Park in August 2014.

The author.

The author.

Folly.

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