Simon Peter Eggertsen

SIMON PETER EGGERTSEN {[email protected]} was born in Kansas, raised in Utah, schooled in Virginia and England. He has degrees in literature, language, and law (BYU, Virginia, Cambridge). He came very late to creative writing, is aiming for his prime as he closes in on eighty. He is better known for his poetry, some having appeared in Dialogue. In another life, he taught and worked in the area of international public health. Eggertsen now spends his time shuttling between Cambridge, Massachusetts and Montreal.

A Reminder of the Diverse Particles that Form Your Identities—Ancestry in the Languageof Geography and Theoretical Physics

Articles/Essays – Volume 56, No. 4

For my younger children So you will know, here is a recounting of the quantuminfluences, the little arcs of familiar experience thataccelerate within your own beings, tickling the protonsof personality, exciting your identities into existence,top…

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LePetit Richards and the Big Dipper Carpet—An Amusement Based on a Reworking of Whittle’s Research Notes

Articles/Essays – Volume 54, No. 3

Podcast version of this fiction piece. This was not the only time that Richards, originally born Neville Colyer, the son of a millwright in Oxfordshire, had worked through the imagery of the stars. He had…

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The Moldau in a Utah Living Room

Articles/Essays – Volume 52, No. 2

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Trevor at the Fountain

Articles/Essays – Volume 50, No. 3

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poetry on the ‘fridge door

Articles/Essays – Volume 40, No. 1

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Three-Legged Dog

Articles/Essays – Volume 41, No. 1

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Things Missed

Articles/Essays – Volume 43, No. 3

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Trying to Keep Quiet: A Poem Constructed Around Fragments of Leslie Norris’s “Borders”

Articles/Essays – Volume 46, No. 3

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Putting Up the Blue Light

Articles/Essays – Volume 47, No. 4

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