Tony Reevy

2222 W Club Blvd
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 966-9927

Author's Bio

Tony Reevy’s previous publications include poetry, non-fiction and short fiction, including the non-fiction books Ghost Train!, O. Winston Link: Life Along the Line and The Railroad Photography of Jack Delano, the poetry chapbooks Green Cove Stop, Magdalena, Lightning in Wartime, and In Mountain Lion Country, and the full books of poetry, Old North, Passage, and Socorro. He resides in Durham, North Carolina with wife, Caroline Weaver, and children Lindley and Ian.

Publications and Prizes

Old North
(Iris Press, 2013)
, Passage
(Iris Press, 2015)
, Socorro
(Iris Press, 2017)
Green Cove Stop
(Finishing Line Press, 2002)
, In Mountain Lion Country
(Pudding House Publications, 2009)
, Lightning in Wartime
(Finishing Line Press, 2007)
, Magdalena
(Pudding House Publications, 2003)
Prizes Won: 
David P. Morgan Article Award, 2006; 2014 Overton Fellowship Prize; 2014 John H. White, Jr., Research Fellowship

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
The White Goddess by Robert Graves

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Durham, NC
First Week in Troy—1972 A cold wind blows down the Hudson (this is before the fish came back). Fords and Chevys crawl up the ice-slick avenue canyoned by a beetling shirt factory. A boy, face pressed against family-car window, dreams warm bleakness of the desert. Moving, always moving. Moving on, moving forward, moving to and fro across a continent as if the meanest peninsula. This is America. This is the covered wagon, lightning express, clipper ship in the modern world. This is a boy, face against the safety glass, wishing he had a, wishing he knew where was, home.
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Last updated: Apr 08, 2017