George Perreault

Reno, NV 89509

Author's Bio

George Perreault has worked as a visiting writer in Montana, New Mexico, and Utah, and he has received awards for poetry in Nevada and Washington. While his work is primarily lyrical, he also writes in the voices of ordinary men and women in contemporary America. His most recent book, Bodark County, explores the voices of characters living on the Llano Estacado in West Texas.

Publications and Prizes

All the Verbs for Knowing
(Black Rock Press, 2006)
, Bodark County
(Grayson Books, 2016)
, Curved Like an Eye
(Ahsahta Press, 1988)
, Trying to Be Round
(Singular Speech Press, 1994)
America, We Call Your Name
(Sixteen Rivers Press, 2018)
American Journal of Poetry, Aurorean, Blue Collar Review, Blue Mesa Review, Blueline, Broad River Review, Burning Word, Chaleur Magazine, Chantwood Magazine, Common Ground Review, Crossways, Deadly Writers Patrol, Gravel Literary Journal, Helen Review, High Desert Journal, High Plains Literary Review, Into the Void Magazine, Journal of American Culture, Literature Today, Manzano Mountain Review, Northwest Review, Rockvale Review, San Pedro River Review, Sheila-Na-Gig, Shenandoah, Slant: A Journal of Poetry, Slant, Sleet Magazine, Southword Journal , Split Rock Review, Stillwater Review, The Lyric, The Maine Review, The RavensPerch, The Timberline Review, Twisted Vine Literary Arts Journal, Weber—The Contemporary West, West Texas Literary Review, Worcester Review

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Last updated: Dec 22, 2018