Quincy Lehr

Brooklyn, NY 11206

Author's Bio

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn. His work has appeared in numerous journals in the U.S., UK, Ireland, Australia, and the Czech Republic. His first book of poetry, Across the Grid of Streets, was published by Seven Towers in April 2008. He is the associate editor of the Raintown Review.

Publications and Prizes

Across the Grid of Streets
(Seven Towers, 2008)
, Obscure Classics of English Progressive Rock
(Seven Towers, 2011)
(Seven Towers, 2008)
, Census 2
(Seven Towers, 2010)
, Hot Sonnets
(Entasis Press, 2011)
American Arts Quarterly, Barefoot Muse, Battered Suitcase, Bolts Of Silk, Boyne Berries, Cadenza, Chronogram, Cordite Poetry Review, Crannog, Dark Horse, Decanto, GRASP, Iambs & Trochees, Literary House Review, Lucid Rhythms, Measure, Medicinal Purposes, New Walk Magazine, Other Poetry, Panhandler, Pulsar Poetry Magazine, Raintown Review, Rattle, Revival, The Chimaera, The Flea, The HyperTexts, The Recusant, The Shit Creek Review, Umbrella, Words on the Web, Words-Myth
William Montgomery
(Modern Metrics, 2006)
, William Montgomery's Guide to New York City
(Seven Towers, 2008)

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German American
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Oklahoma City
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Norman, OK
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Last updated: Sep 12, 2011