portion of the artwork for Daniel Gallik's poetry
Daniel Gallik’s Comments

My first career was teaching. Some kid in the back row said, “Mr. Gallik, you sure have a lot of gunk inside of you. You have to get it out.” So, I became a guidance counselor, and I began to write stuff down so I could get the “gunk” out of me. I still talk to the kid. He’s in his fifties right now. And he still tells me some interesting things about myself. And believe me, I listen.

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FRiGG: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry | Issue 33 | Summer 2011