“…each proposal must be weighed in the light of…the need to maintain balance between the private and the public economy;” — from President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s “Military-Industrial Complex” speech, 1961 New Orleans languishes today in a state of economic disrepair. With disruptions to the normal balance of life so complete, the traditional paths to economic […]
Author Archives: Norm Ball
Norm Ball is a Virginia-based writer, musician and businessman. His essays and poetry have appeared in Clamor, Liberty, Main Street Rag, The Berkeley Poetry Review, LIGHT Quarterly, Epicenter and others. A discussion of his stuff appeared recently in Poetic Diversity. He was interviewed recently on his sonnet-writing in The Vallance Review. Also, his music appears on-line in Mindfire and in the upcoming The Big Ugly Review.