Ulysses writes poetry from the dynamic environs of the Space Coast in Florida where engineers and programmers frequently talk casually about space projects, and he pretends to listen. Despite having studied English Literature in various colleges, he still harbors a love of classic literature. His one publication outside University is so quaint and brief it is hardly worth mentioning. He would rather it was never published so that he could harbor the unpublished writer’s chip on his shoulder, but it is some consolation that it was probably hardly noticed. His current project @lostinspacecoast involves thoughts of an almost too human poet living in an economic environment that ebbs and flows with the surrealist quality of an extraterrestrial ocean.
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