William Greenfield

William Greenfield began writing poetry in college, and thanks his daughter for giving him the spark to start writing again. He has spent virtually his entire working career in the public service sector, first with the Federal Government and more recently with New York State. His poems have appeared in The Front Porch Review, The Storyteller Magazine, The East Coast Literary Review, and other publications. He lives up in Sullivan County New York in the middle of the woods, and he likes it there. 

Momma’s Boy Gone Bad
My Father’s Shoes