Synkroniciti is tickled pink to welcome today’s Featured Artist, poet and writer Myron Pulier. The upcoming issue will feature three of his poems, each focusing on the relationship between humanity and nature: There and Then, which testifies to the enduring power of love; A Forsythia, which muses over our tendency to exploit the immense wonder and beauty of nature to decorate our virtual lives; and Thank Fred for Sparing My Mower!, which memorializes the 2018 Woolsey Fire in Malibu in snarky fashion.
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Myron Pulier is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark. In private practice his emphasis has been on family and individual psychotherapy, while his publications have focused on harnessing technologies to deliver mental health services. He is delighted to have branched out into writing poetry, stories and a historical novel. He is married to Anita with whom he commutes between the east coast and California, where their two sons, five grandchildren and Myron’s sister’s family live. He and Anita are involved with the vibrant poetry community of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.