Typescripts of seven poems, 1996-2002, by writer
Waide Aaron Riddle, who began writing poetry in 1995. The collection includes
his 1996 award-winning poem, "Two Men Kissing," as well as a photograph, circa
2002, of the author himself.
Waide Aaron Riddle was born on August 15, 1963, in Kingsville, Texas.
Raised in Houston, Texas, Riddle eventually moved to Los Angeles where he
worked as a barber and in various jobs in the entertainment industry. Beginning
in the mid-1990s, Riddle began writing poetry and short stories. His first
poem, "Two Men Kissing," won the National Author's Registry Honorable Mention
in 1996 and the Registry's President's Award in 1997. Riddle went on to
self-publish two books of poetry:
All-American Texan, in 1999, and
The Chocolate Man: A Children's Horror Tale,
in 2002. In addition, his short stories and articles have been published in
anthologies and magazines, and he has won a number of awards in poetry
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