Welcome to Love & Danger: the shredded fabric of our Lives. Noir that stabs the heart. Tall Tales to tickle your funny bone. Lunatics driven by lust. Crime capers with crazy characters. And haiku to stir the soul—while tugging at our senses.
Such are the writing ventures of author and photographer Mick Rose—who pens haiku and prose, as well as the occasional poem—while wandering the United States in a quest for the Perfect Pizza. He’s discovered Life looks different behind his camera’s lenses. First striving to capture images with his inner and outer eyes, Mick then sketches these scenes in print—and tries to paint them in our memories.
Though 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). Should you feel inclined, you can read some of his works for free at the Links below.
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Cheers and thanks for visiting!
Crime Writer and Poet Mick Rose
Flash Fiction Noir: "All That Remains"
Crime Fiction Tawdry Humor short story: "Breathless"
Crime Fiction short story: "Alley Cat"
Flash Fiction Tawdry Humor: "Don't Fear the Reaper"
POETRY & HAIKU
Crime Poetry in Rhyming Verse: "Asunder" and "Carrion Queen"
Poetry Rhyming Verse "Never Land" (Love Unrequited)
Free to read haiku in Better Than Starbucks poetry magazine:
Images of 2 presently unpublished haiku appear below:
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).