J. B. Tabb - written and read by Robert Edward Miss
"The honest, interpersonal complexities of the poetry of Robert Miss ...captures deeply felt relationships that resonate with the fullness of the human spirit." Rev. Patrick Samway, SJ, professor emeritus, St. Joseph's University Philadelphia, expert in Southern Literature.
Prospero's Glove, Miss's latest collection of poems, will be published next Spring.
As a boy I fished on the Potomac River and roamed the Catoctin Mountains of Maryland. Those early experiences are reflected in many of my poems.
Robert Edward Miss has pursued a career in media, philanthropy and the arts. His life's passion has been poetry and storytelling. Rob's first volume of poetry, Fever Dreams: A Selection of Poetry, is available on Amazon Kindle. He has performed his work several times at the annual Writing the Walls of Hudson Valley MOCA. Besides poetry and creative marketing, Robert is also an activist promoting arts and disabilities
Gallery 265 provides opportunities for individuals to be artists, regardless of their disabilities. The gallery at the ARC of Westchester, 265 Sawmill River Road (Route 9A), Hawthorne, NY, is a space dedicated to providing artists in all media and modalities the opportunity to present exhibitions and performances which enhance the human spirit and create positive connections.