Now, more than ever: people you’ve never been in contact with are saying, “There are still ways we can stay connected.”
Charles J. March III is an INFJ, neurodivergent, etc., Navy hospital corpsman veteran from the South Side of Chicago, who is currently trying to live an eclectic life with an interesting array of recovering creatures in Orange County, CA. His avant-garde poetry, prose, photography, visual art, and humor have appeared in or are forthcoming from such places as the Chicago Tribune, Literary Orphans, Stinkwaves, Fleas on the Dog, Harbinger Asylum, BlazeVOX, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Blood Tree Literature, The Writing Disorder, 3:AM Magazine, Otoliths, Oddball Magazine, et al. His outsider music musings can also be found on SoundCloud.