In “Life & Everything After,” Doc Wallace delivers a fascinating insight into daily life with fun and sometimes frightening trips into the beyond. Aside from beautifully penned poems of LIFE and LOVE, you’ll find a unique blend of science, fantasy, and the afterlife.
Frequently referred to as a modern-day Edgar Allen Poe, in his SCARY poems, Doc delves into the macabre in ways unimaginable. Turn down the lights and treat yourself to one of his legendary “scaries.”
In his poems about Space, some of Doc’s most compelling works, he takes you to the outer reaches so hard, you’ll feel you’re on an asteroid miner with a cruiser breakdown, or flying a Racer over Mars, or soaring the Universe as an immortal traveler.
In this eclectic anthology of verse you’ll find humor, poignancy, futurism, and wisdom worth quoting. “Life & Everything After” packs a punch you’re not expecting, indeed a memorable work.
Doc Wallace is a local broadcaster and personality for TV and radio on WZTS-TV and WQAZ-FM. A professor, Doc teaches Algebra at the BridgeValley Technical College in South Charleston, WV. He is Editor of the WV State newsletter for Vandalia MENSA, “The Mensanear.”
Doc holds a Ph.D. in Human Science from the California Institute for Human Science, a Master of Arts in General Psychology from the University for Humanistic Studies, a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from West Virginia University, and a Bachelor of Science from the WVU Institute of Technology.
He has poems appearing in The Violet Hour, The Blue Mountain Review, Under the Fable, Quatrain.Fish, V0Ella, Micropoetry Society, I Am Not a Silent Poet, Tomb of Words by the late Ricardo Garcia and his wife Uli, and the bilingual Where Are You From edited by Soodabeh Saeidnia. His eighth poetry book is published by Floating Comma Publishing, Northampton, UK, and he has seven of his poetry books on Amazon Kindle. He is a member of the Micropoetry Society and the Academy of American Poets.
Although his full name is Eugene R. Wallace, Jr., Ph.D., his poems appear under the nom de plume Doc Wallace.