Amazon Crime Author Mick Rose pens haiku and prose, while wandering the United States in a Quest for the Perfect Pizza. While his crime fiction can loom dark, and not for the faint-of-heart, he typically tells tall tales involving sexual humor (which sometimes prove explicit).
Mick's haiku poems graciously appear in both the Sept. 2018 and January 2019 issues of Better Than Starbucks poetry magazine, as well as the collection Yearnings by Filipino poet Ayo "Carolyn Abanggan" Gutierrez.
Meanwhile, his crime and fiction stories have kindly found homes in half a dozen online magazines.
Accordingly, Mr. Rose is grateful to his publishers—Anthony Watkins, Better Than Starbucks; Ayo Gutierrez, Abanggan Books; Poet John Patrick Robbins, The Rye Whiskey Review and Under The Bleachers; Craig Douglas, Close To The Bone; Cindy Rosmus, Yellow Mama Webzine; A.M. Stickel, Black Petals; and the dynamic duo Arthur Graham and India LaPlace, Horror, Sleaze, Trash.
Cheers and thanks for Visiting!
Mick Rose (Grateful Author)