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Joe Milford Show

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Joe Milford hosts amazing poets and poetry shows once a week--prepared to be astonished and amazed.

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Eshleman has been translating since the early 1960s. He is the recipient (with José Rubia Barcia) of the National Book Award in 1979 for his co-translation of César Vallejo's Complete Posthumous Poetry. He has also translated books by... more

Mark Strand was born on Canada's Prince Edward Island on April 11, 1934. He received a B.A. degree from Antioch College in Ohio in 1957 and attended Yale University, where he was awarded the Cook prize and the Bergin prize. After... more

Lauren Kizi-Ann Alleyne is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from Cornell University, and is currently an Assistant Professor of English at Hobart and William Smith... more

Amy Gerstler is a writer of poetry, nonfiction and journalism. Penguin published Ghost Girl, her most recent book of poems, in 2004, and will publish her book Dearest Creature in October, 2009. Her previous twelve books include... more

Charles Clifford Brooks III is a poet and novelist living in Georgia USA. He was inducted as a Master Member in the National Creative Society his senior year at Shorter College. There he also obtained a BS in History\Political Science with a... more

Jason "Juice" Hardung's work has been published widely through the American underground. Appearing in The New York Quarterly, Zygote In My Coffee, Underground Voices, decomP, Thrasher, Lummox Journal, Heroin Love Songs,... more

Randy Resh has been a prolific member of the Toronto poetry community; while he has published and performed his works throughout the community over the past decade, Resh was also instrumental in organizing the... more

Gemma June Howell was born in the Caerphilly Miners hospital in the South Wales Valleys, UK, in 1983, and went to live in Graig-Y-Rhacca, a small council estate in the Rhymney Valley. At the age of six she moved to Folkestone in... more

Eric Elshtain is finishing his Ph.D in the University of Chicago's Committee on the History of Culture. His work can be found in journals such as McSweeney's, Skanky Possum, Notre Dame Review, Ploughshares, Interim, Salt Hill, GutCult... more

Christine, formerly a mechanical engineer in the automotive industry, lives in Brighton, Michigan. Her poems have appeared in literary journals such as The Gettysburg Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and The Southern Review and... more
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