About Brice Maiurro

Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Brice Maiurro began writing poetry at a very young age. Through the years he’s dedicated more and more time to his craft, leading up to the publication of Enjoy Your Popcorn through Flashlight City Press. Brice has several other projects in the works, including a novel, a short story collection and more books of poetry.

If you are interested in using any of my works on your website, in your magazine, etcetera, please contact me at bricemaiurro@gmail.com.





58 thoughts on “About Brice Maiurro

  1. Word. Thanks for the follow, fellow famed poet. If you ever need to fill space in your sequel “Enjoy your corn-on-the-cob,” feel free to ask if I know anyone who can help.

  2. Thanks for following my blog, I was a little surprised to see who your inspirations were! What a coincidence seeing as how Bluebird is my absolute favourite.
    I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on your blog.

  3. Thanks for following. I submit a poem once a month at the moment as Summer has been rather busy for me. I have written for many years just for fun but during the past few years have decided to share some of my thoughts. I write from the heart and as I’ve read in one of your blogs all manor of things inspire me.

  4. I lived in Colorado Springs for five years; one of my favorite memories is winter driving in a 1978 green VW bus with studded snow tires. Coming from California, I felt I could drive anywhere with those wheels! In the warmer months we put magnetic alphabet letters on the sides of the bus for our kids to play around with. People would leave messages on the bus when we went places, that was pretty cool.

    I read today’s poem, will have to give it some thought. I used to write poetry ages ago, but now I stick with novels. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

    • Anna,

      I just ran back into your post, and I don’t know why I never responded!

      That is so neat with the magnetic alphabet letters. I may have to do that! Sounds like a blast.

      Do you happen to know any Maiurro’s from Colorado Springs? All my family is up there.

      What kind of novels do you write?

  5. Hi Brice. Thanks for the follow on my blog, and for giving me a chance to check out yours. I like your poem about your sister. I really like your Tips on Poetry and am glad you realized at the end you weren’t writing just about poetry. You have an interesting way of thinking. :) And writing.

  6. Brice, nice to meetcha and thanks for the follow! Your “pause” stopped me dead in my webbed tracks…wow, I have to read it over and over today….it’s one of the best 911 pieces I”ve ever read. All good to you!

  7. Hi Brice – thank you for checking out my blog (I know there’s not much on it yet). Your poems are fresh and engaging, I must say. ‘Pause’ particularly struck me with its unique take on a well-worn subject. Good luck for the future!

    • Thank you! Big events are always hard to take on in writing, so I tried to just speak gut-to-mouth. Look forward to your posts and getting to know you better.

  8. Brice,

    Love the ant drawing.

    It’s great that you’re going to have a poetry book published.
    Someone as young as you are will surely be a success.

    Thanks for following my blog.

  9. Hi, Thank you for stopping by my photographic corner of the web and following my blog! I really enjoyed exploring your site and look forward to seeing more posts in the future.

  10. Brice, thanks so much for visiting my site and deciding to follow along. I’ve only just begun to read your work here, and love it. “How to Read My Poems” rocks!

  11. Brice, thanks for visiting my blog and for the “follow”. I’ve just started looking at your blog and have read a few poems. I love the one about the Cowboy and the Buddhist!

  12. hi brice!
    i was surprised,
    but of course glad .
    that you visited my blog
    it was so unexpected…

    thanks for giving me the chance
    to check out and be awed
    by the works that you’ve got here…

    i am sure, that soon,
    i’ll come back for more… =)


      • hello again!

        actually, i seldom use caps in writing
        but sometimes others find it quite odd
        or even disrepectful
        especially when used with names…

        i’m glad you didn’t mind… =)
        i find it more friendly that way…


  13. Thanks for checking out my blog. Especially because it allowed me to find yours and all I can say is your writing leaves me speechless. Excellent stuff!

    • Aw, thank you, Natalie! I don’t ever do the awards, though I’m trying to organize a month dedicated to other poetry blogs and I plan to shout out to those around me.

  14. Hello Brice, dropped in to see who had visited my blog. Will explore another time when I can actually sit down and enjoy what you do.

  15. You’ve gotten these before, but its because you reach so many people and truly affect them through your work. I’d like to nominate you for a Versatile Blogger Award, and hope you’ll accept!

  16. Brice,
    Do you remember writing a poem which included a graph and “what would happen if you crumpled up the sheet of paper . . .” I’ve used it as an epigraph for a poem which is still in process, nearly a year later. Thank you for the inspiration.

  17. Hi Brice, thanks for introducing yourself by following our site. We look forward to exploring yours. If you’re on facebook we also invite you to visit the RAXA Collective page. See you there!

  18. Pingback: how to read poems – Maiurro, Spiro Wagner | Richibi's Weblog

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