Joe Gardner featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME (11/11/14)

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Happy Veterans’ Day to the United States Military, past and present. On this day, we salute your bravery and continued efforts to keep this great country relatively unscathed.

With that said, we have a brand new poetry feature over on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! “Origami’ by Joe Gardner, an Army Veteran himself. A special salute to him!


Here’s a little about Joe Gardner:

Joe Gardner was born in June of ’74, in San Bernardino, CA. He was a paratrooper in the United States Army, has walked the blue collar roads of America, and has previously been published in Modern Drunkard Magazine, The San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly, Cadence Collective, LUMMOX One and LUMMOX Two. Joe is also the 2013 recipient of the Joe Hill Labor Poetry Award. Joe is the Founder and Co-Owner of Working Class Productions.


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