Local author and poet Peter Johnson has created a new collection of prose poetry, Old Man Howling at the Moon, which he describes as "complaints". Several pieces have previously appeared in literary magazines, and Peter seamlessly blends them with new poems infused with irony and humor. He portrays the milestones of life such as "Good Old Days" to "The One That Got Away" to "Last Will and Testament" with wit and, at times, veiled anger. His poetry reflects a man’s life, his role as father and husband and the current political climate with such intimacy that the reader feels a kinship with the author. A worthy addition to any prose poetry collection.