Laynie Browne is the author of seven collections of poetry and one novel. Her most recent publications include The Scented Fox (recipient of the 2007 National Poetry Series Award, selected by Alice Notley), Daily Sonnets and Drawing of a Swan Before Memory (Winner of the Contemporary Poetry Series. Of Daily Sonnets Ron Silliman writes: "It's a stunner and a delight. A pure dose of heady oxygen" and "...an icon for the generation of poets who are about to show up." With others she helped to found the Ear Inn reading series in New York and is a member of the Subtext Collective in Seattle. She has taught creative writing at The University of Washington, Bothell, at Mills College in Oakland and at the Poetry Center at the University of Arizona. She currently lives in Tucson. Stephen Ratcliffe’s most recent book is Real, a 474-page book of poems written in 474 consecutive days. Previous books include Portraits & Repetition and SOUND/(system). Listening to Reading, a collection of essays on contemporary ‘experimental’ poetry, was published by SUNY Press in 2000. He lives in Bolinas, where he surfs every day and publishes Avenue B books, and teaches at Mills College in Oakland. (lampbane)
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