Keith Mark Gaboury

San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: 
(913) 579 - 7080

Author's Bio

Keith Mark Gaboury earned a M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College. While his poems have appeared in such literary journals as The After Happy Hour Review, Fife:2:One Magazine, and New Millennium Writings, Keith has been rejected from The Boston Review, The Paris Review, and Poetry. He also co-founded a social justice-themed online literary magazine, Words Apart. After spending his days as a Jewish early childhood educator, he spends his nights writing poetry in San Francisco, California.

Publications and Prizes

Journals: 
Barely South Review, Boston Poetry Magazine, Crab Fat Magazine, Eclectica, Five 2 One Magazine, Full of Crow, IthacaLit, New Millennium Writings, Oddball Magazine, sPARKLE & bLINK, The After Happy Hour Review, The Birds We Piled Loosely, The Gambler, Write From Wrong Magazine
Prizes Won: 
The 40th New Millennium Writings Poetry Contest (Honorable Mention): "The Milky Way in L.A."

Personal Favorites

Favorite Books: 
Black Boy (American Hunger) by Richard Wright
Favorite Authors: 
Richard Wright

More Information

Listed as: 
Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian, French, Irish American
Prefers to work with: 
Children, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender, People with Disabilities, Teachers, Teenagers
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Berkeley, CA
Raised in: 
Olathe, KS
work_excerpt: 
An Astronaut’s Daughter Speaks: I was two when the fire lifted you / into the universe’s bed sheets, / into the secret belonging / through wormhole propulsion. // The rot beneath this supermoon sky / is spreading into the floorboards / of your former home // where your ex stands, / thoughts percolating / within her Castle Rock cortex. // I stand in the front yard, / wet grass spiking through my toes / beneath the constellations, / poisoned since you left // Denver’s light pollution / leaking into my 1-87 horizon. //
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Last updated: Aug 10, 2017