David Graham guest for virtual meeting of North Carolina writers
Professor Emeritus of English David Graham, an editor and poet, was the featured guest May 13 at a meeting of the North Carolina Writers’ Network-West’s Mountain Writers & Poets. He spoke via Zoom.
Graham has seven collections of poetry and co-edited the anthology “Local News: Poetry About Small Towns” and the essay anthology “After Confession: Poetry as Confession.”
At Ripon, in addition to teaching, he directed the Visiting Writers Series for 28 years. He retired in 2016.
Currently, he lives in Glens Falls, New York, is a contributing editor of the online journal “Verse-Virtual” and writes a column, “Poetic License.”
His website is at www.davidgrahampoet.com.
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