He writes in nail-polish on readily available dark screens removed from their frames. Some are cracked but firm. He transcribes folksongs. (Princes hoard reams of acid-free paper. Release three sheets at a time for chronicles.) The first new poem invokes an orange. He knows the color, rhapsodizes the taste, but seems to think it was a tuber.
Frederick Pollack is the author of two book-length narrative poems, THE ADVENTURE and HAPPINESS (Story Line Press; the former reissued 2022 by Red Hen Press), and two collections, A POVERTY OF WORDS (Prolific Press, 2015) and LANDSCAPE WITH MUTANT (Smokestack Books, UK, 2018). Many other poems are printed in print and online journals.