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David Cope

Grandville, MI

b. 1948 Detroit, raised on Thornapple River. Six books: Quiet Lives, foreword by Allen Ginsberg, 1983; On The Bridge, 1986; Fragments from The Stars, 1990; Coming Home, 1993; Silences for Love, 1998; Turn the Wheel, 2003. Seventh book, Moonlight Rose in Blue: Selected Poems forthcoming. 1988 Award in Literature, American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters. Editor & publisher, Big Scream poetry magazine, 1974-present, Nada Poems, 1988, and Sunflowers and Locomotives: Songs for Allen, elegies for Allen Ginsberg, 1998. Co-editor of Demotic Fire: the postbeat poets, still unpublished. Teaches Women’s Studies, Shakespeare, drama, and creative writing at Grand Rapids Community College. Archive, David Cope papers, at U of Michigan Special Collections Library. Married 38 years to Suzanne, 3 grown kids, kayaker and gardener.

Daniel Crocker

Fiction Writer, Poet
Grayling, MI

Shutta Crum

Fiction Writer, Poet
Ann Arbor, MI

Peter Ho Davies

Fiction Writer
Ann Arbor, MI

Janann Dawkins

Ann Arbor, MI

I am an American Studies scholar who wrote rap lyrics before coming to poetry. I am interested in deconstructing societal constructs such as race, gender, and class. I am an atypical feminist who enjoys employing rhetorical devices to write about the erotic. I am an editor by trade, a typist by skill, and a grammarian and etymologist at heart. I seek the hidden and unspoken voices and imagery of American culture.

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