Founded The Poet's Press in 1971 in NYC; press still operates in Providence, RI with 206 books to date. Chairman of The Philbrick Poetry Prize at Providence Athenaeum. As a neo-Romantic poet, areas of special focus in my writing are the Gothic and supernatural, Greek myth, and verse plays. Presently working & teaching at University of Rhode Island.
Publications and Prizes
On the Wing: American Poems of Air and Space Flight (University of Iowa Press, 2005), Buried Alive: An Anthology of Underground Writing (Invisible Books, 2004), Breathe! (Warthog Press, 1980)
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