J. Scott Malby is a columnist for 4 ezines and a frequent contributor to internet publications all over the world. While the internet is not as important as the discovery of fire, he feels it is a most remarkable development; comparable only to the development of the printing press and transcending that. He lives in Coos Bay, Oregon, along the northern shore of the Pacific Coast in the United States. His themes are universal ones detailing the relationship of individuals with themselves, others and their environment. As he states, "What is important to me is what I discover about myself and the world around me through the act of writing. I am the first to admit that I find the world a rather insane place and that I am having trouble figuring it out. Sometimes I get the words right. Like a Navajo rug, all my poems have flaws. The reason is that I am flawed. It comes with the territory."


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