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The Moe Green Poetry Discussion Hosted By Rafael F.J. Alvarado

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Join Rafael as talks to Robert Wynne Robert Wynne earned his MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University. He created Cider Press Review, an annual literary journal, in 1999 with co-founder Caron Andregg, and served at the co-editor and publisher for 10 years. He is the author of 6 chapbooks, and 2 full-length books of poetry. His first full-length collection, “Remembering How to Sleep,” was the recipient of the Poetry Society of Texas’ 2006 Eakin Book Award. His second full-length collection, “Museum of Parallel Art,” was published in February 2008 by Tebot Bach Press. He has won the Grasslands Review Editors Prize, the Masters Poetry Prize, is a two-time recipient of both the Academy of American Poets College Award and the Poetry Super Highway online poetry contest, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His essays and book reviews have appeared in Cider Press Review, DFW Poetry Review, Next Magazine and online. His poems have appeared in 2 Black Moss Press anthologies in Canada, in a Comrades Press anthology in England, in a Tebot Bach press anthology, and a University of Iowa Anthology. His poetry has also been published in Solo, Two Rivers Review, Poetry International, Trestle Creek Review, Rattle, O.C. Weekly, Bayou Review, Blue Satellite, Spillway, DFW Poetry Review, Edgar and many other magazines. He has been a featured reader at poetry festivals in Los Angeles, Austin, Houston, Ventura, San Luis Obispo, and venues throughout Texas and California. He lives in Burleson, with his wife, daughter and 3 rambunctious dogs. His online home is www.rwynne.com.

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