Wayne Miller is the author of three full-length poetry collections: The City, Our City (Milkweed, 2011), The Book of Props (2009), and Only the Senses Sleep (New Issues, 2006). He also translated Moikom Zeqo's I Don't Believe in Ghosts (BOA, 2007) and co-edited both New European Poets (Graywolf, 2008; with Kevin Prufer) and Tamura Ryuichi: On the Life & Work of a 20th Century Master (Pleiades Press, 2011; with Takako Lento). The recipient of six awards from the Poetry Society of America, the Bess Hokin Prize from Poetry magazine, and a Ruth Lilly Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation, Wayne lives in Kansas City and teaches at the University of Central Missouri, where he edits Pleiades. Megan Kaminski's first book of poetry, Desiring Map, is forthcoming from Coconut Books (2012). She is also the author of five chapbooks, most recently collection (Dusie, 2011) and carry catastrophe (Grey Book Press, 2010). Her work has appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Denver Quarterly, Post Road, Puerto del Sol, and Third Coast, among other journals. Megan lived in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, and Portland before moving to Lawrence, KS, where she is Creative Writing Lecturer at the University of Kansas. She also curates the Taproom Poetry Series in downtown Lawrence. (caracabe)
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