William Wright is the author of four full-length books and four chapbooks. His full-length books are Tree Heresies (Mercer University Press, 2015), Night Field Anecdote (Louisiana Literature Press, 2011) and Bledsoe (Texas Review Press, 2011). Series editor of The Southern Poetry Anthology (Texas Review Press), Wright has recently published work in Beloit Poetry Journal, Greensboro Review, Kenyon Review, Colorado Review, Indiana Review, AGNI and North American Review. He is founding editor of Town Creek Poetry. Wright also edited Hard Lines: Rough South Poetry (with Daniel Cross Turner), due out from the University of South Carolina Press in 2015. Wright will serve as Writer-in-Residence at the University of Tennessee in spring of 2016.
(Carnegie Mellon, 2013) The Fortunate Era, Arthur Smith’s fourth full-length collection of poetry, proves challenging, as many of these poems are unflinching, headlong gazes into death and the concept of what lies behind perception and time, behind realities detectable via … Continue reading →
(Orchises, 2013) $21.95 Hardback. Derek Sheffield’s first full-length collection, Through the Second Skin, is the culmination of a complex and brilliant mind drawn to the natural world, a mind just as keen to explore human beings—whether in relation to non-human … Continue reading →