Professor of English Emeritus David Graham publishes book of poetry
Professor of English Emeritus David Graham has released a new book of poems, The Honey of Earth, published by Terrapin Books.
He has previously published two full-length collections of poetry, Magic Shows and Second Wind, as well as four chapbooks. He is also co-editor of After Confession: Poetry as Autobiography (with Kate Sontag) and Local News: Poetry About Small Towns (with Tom Montag).
In 2016, he retired from teaching writing and literature at Ripon College, where he also hosted the Visiting Writers Series for 28 years. He has served on The Poets’ Prize Committee and the Wisconsin Poet Laureate Commission and was a Resident Poet and a faculty member at The Frost Place. Currently he is a contributing editor for Verse-Virtual, where he contributes a monthly column, “Poetic License,” on poetry and poets.
After retiring, he returned to his native upstate New York with his wife, the artist Lee Shippey.
More information is available on Graham’s website.
The book is available for purchase on amazon.com.
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