This week we welcome back John Foy as our guest author. John’s first book of poems is Techne's Clearinghouse (Zoo Press). He has been busy this year, with poems, reviews and essays published or forthcoming in The Hudson Review, Alabama Literary Review, The New Criterion, The Raintown Review, The Dark Horse, Contemporary Poetry Review, Ducts.org, 823 on High and The Poetry Porch. He also has work forthcoming in Rabbit Ears, the first anthology of poetry about TV (published by Poets Wear Prada, edited by Joel Allegretti). His poetry has been featured in the Swallow Anthology of New American Poets and has appeared widely in magazines, including The New Yorker, Poetry, Parnassus, American Arts Quarterly and Barrow Street. His work has also been published on line at Poetry Daily, Kin, The Nervous Breakdown and other sites. He has an MFA from Columbia and has taught writing at Harvard Business School, Columbia and Barnard. He lives in Manhattan with his Brazilian wife (the painter Majô L. Foy) and their two children, Catherine and Chris. Find out more about John here and follow him on Facebook. He has just returned from the West Chester Poetry Conference, where he gave a paper on “A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London,” by Dylan Thomas.
Welcome back, John.
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