Jerry Nelson Photo


Jerry Nelson Photo

Who did not count with the count? Nobody that grew up with me escaped counting with the count? He will be counting all the many heavenly created creations by our God and heavenly Father. Jesus welcomes you Jerry and all the angels as well.

As a matter of fact, they were counting the moments as you were arriving!

God Bless!

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  1. Michael Salcman is a poet, art critic, and neuroscientist. He attended the combined program in liberal arts and medical education at Boston University, was a Fellow in neurophysiology at the National Institutes of Health and trained in neurosurgery at Columbia University’s Neurological Institute. He served as Chairman of neurosurgery at the University of Maryland and president of the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore. Now Special Lecturer in the Osher Institute at Towson University, Salcman lectures widely on art and the brain. He teaches history of contemporary art at Johns Hopkins, Towson University and the Art Seminars Group. His poems appear in such journals as Alaska Quarterly Review, Harvard Review, Hopkins Review, New Letters, New York Quarterly,Notre Dame Review, Ontario Review, and Raritan. His work has received six nominations for a Pushcart Prize and his poems have been featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” and in Euphoria (2008), a documentary film on the brain and creativity. His poems have recently been set to music by Lorraine Whittlesey (2012). He is the author of four poetry chapbooks and two collections, The Clock Made of Confetti (Orchises Press, 2007), nominated for The Poet’s Prize and a Finalist for the Towson University Prize in Literature, and The Enemy of Good Is Better (Orchises, 2011). His anthology of classic and contemporary poems on doctors and diseases is forthcoming.

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