New York College poet who wrote Springtime NOWADAYS of Poor Mutts, Millennium Dirt, and Transmigration Single, among various other works. A posthumous level of his Gathered Poems was released in 2013. He went to The New College for Social Analysis. He released his debut poetry collection, Matches of Dawn, in 1965. He was a character poet, as well as the titles of several of his literary functions — i.e., Crazy Flowers Away from Gas — contain personal references to the organic world. He was created in NEW YORK to Italian immigrant parents. He previously three children along with his wife Rosemary. He was inspired with the poetry of Walt Whitman.