LB’s Poetry: “It Was The Navajo Dog Took Me To The Hopi”

by Larry Brody

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It was the Navajo dog took me to the Hopi,

Their tribal enmity ignored. She said there was read article

LB’s Poetry: “Just Send Us Your Credits, And Your Most Recent Samples Too”

by Larry Brody

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God was quite a showman six thousand years ago.

Look at all that stuff with Moses, for example. read article

LB’s Poetry: “The World is Full of Dead Men”

by Larry Brody

NOTE FROM LB: 

The Navajo Dog is here! In this very poem. First one I ever wrote about her but didn’t get to her origin (well, she is a kind of superhero, after all) until much later. read article

LB’s Poetry: “Dancing Stars”

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My friend the wild Indian

(See the feathers! Hear the bells!) read article

LB’s Poetry: “Kid Hollywood is Born: June, 1968”

NOTE FROM LB: 

People always ask how I got started as a television writer, and I my best to give them the condensed, educational, “You-can-do-it-too” version. But the following poem doesn’t just state the facts, it faces how I felt at the time the beginning – um – began. And since the poem was written many years, there must might be a trace or two of how I felt while I was writing this as well: read article