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Bradley Strahan

Author's Bio

I’ve Taught poetry at Georgetown Univ. for 12 years. I most recently I taught at Univ. of Texas. A few years ago I was Fulbright Professor of Poetry & American Culture in the Balkans. For over 34 years I’ve been editor/publisher of Visions-International. Have five books of poetry & over 500 poems published in: America, Seattle Rev., Confrontation, The Hollins Critic, Soundings East, Poet Lore, & anthologies: 2003 Struga Festival anthology, Blood to Remember, etc.. I also have had several Fellowships over the past few years including at the Univ. in Leuven, Belgium.

Publications and Prizes

This Art of Losing (Brickhouse Books, 2011), Crocodile Man (The Smith, 1990), Love Songs for an Age of Anxiety (Black Buzzard Press, 1981)
Blood to Remember, American Poets on the Holocaust (Texas Tech University Press, 2006)
America, Christian Century, Confrontation, CrossCurrents, First Things, Hollins Critic, Margie, Onthebus, Passages North, Rattapallax, Seattle Review, Soundings East, Southern California Anthology
Several First Prizes from the Virginia Poetry Society and more recently from the Austin Poetry Society. I don't tend to enter expensive poetry contests.

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now:
The Outerlands by Peter Weltner, Down the Sunlit Hall by Eileen Sheehan
Favorite Books:
Too many to list!
Favorite Authors:
James Wright, Ted Hughes, Linda Gregg, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Michael Mott, etc., etc...

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Listing last updated: May 29, 2014

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Boston, MA
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New York, NY

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