Edward Byrne has had eight collections of poetry published, most recently TINTED DISTANCES (Turning Point Books), SEEDED LIGHT (Turning Point Books), TIDAL AIR (Pecan Grove Press). His essays of literary criticism also have been published in various journals and book collections, including MARK STRAND (Chelsea House Publishers), edited by Harold Bloom, and A CONDITION OF THE SPIRIT: THE LIFE AND WORK OF LARRY LEVIS (Eastern Washington University Press), edited by Christopher Buckley and Alexander Long. He has also edited two anthologies of poetry, most recently POETRY FROM PARADISE VALLEY (Pecan Grove Press). He is a professor in the English Department at Valparaiso University, where he edits VALPARAISO POETRY REVIEW and co-edits VALPARAISO FICTION REVIEW.
Publications and Prizes
Tinted Distances (Turning Point, 2011), Seeded Light (Turning Point, 2010), Tidal Air (Pecan Grove Press, 2002), East of Omaha (Pecan Grove Press, 1998), Words Spoken, Words Unspoken (Chimney Hill Press, 1995), Along the Dark Shore (BOA Editions Limited, 1977)
Poetry from Paradise Valley (Pecan Grove Press, 2010)
American Literary Review, American Poetry Review, American Scholar, Black Warrior Review, Green Mountains Review, Missouri Review, North American Review, Poetry Daily, Quarterly West, Southern Humanities Review