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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

Books:
This Art of Losing (Brickhouse Books, 2011), Crocodile Man (The Smith, 1990), Love Songs for an Age of Anxiety (Black Buzzard Press, 1981)
Anthologies:
Blood to Remember, American Poets on the Holocaust (Texas Tech University Press, 2006)
Journals:
America, Christian Century, Confrontation, CrossCurrents, First Things, Hollins Critic, Margie, Onthebus, Passages North, Rattapallax, Seattle Review, Soundings East, Southern California Anthology
Prizes:
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

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings?
Yes
Travels for readings?
Yes
Identifies as:
Jewish
Prefers to work with:
Seniors
Born in:
Boston, MA
Raised in:
New York, NY

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