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About Edward Mycue

San Francisco poet Edward Mycue was born in Niagara Falls, New York, and raised in Texas from age eleven. He has been a Lowell Fellow at Boston University, a WGBH-TV Boston intern, a Macdowell Colony Fellow, a Peace Corps teacher in Ghana, and he taught American Literature. He is editor of the Norton Coker Press.

His books include Nightboats, The Singing Man My Father Gave Me, Root Route and Range: the Song Returns, Because We Speak the Same Language,The Torn Star, Great Country, Chronicle, Damage Within the Community, Chronicle, Edward, No One For Free, Pink Garden BrownTrees.

Magazine publications include New York Quarterly, Hanging Loose, Boston Review, Washington Review, Hawai'i Review, Fence, Open City, Stand, Meanjin, Outrigger, Malahat, Outrigger, Il Signale, Arenaria, Poetry Australia, Nicolau, La Carta Oliver, fieralingue.it, poetsagainstthewar.org. He edited and published Took magazine’s 19 issues in 1987.

His new collection Mindwalking 1937-2007 was released in 2008 by Philos Press.

 

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