Drift, Alan King


Alan King

Publisher: Aquarius Press/Willow Books
PubDate: 2/6/2012
ISBN: 9780985287702
Price: $14.95
Quantity Available: 1
Pages: 102
SKU #: A13G

Poetry. African American Studies. "Alan King reminds us of the beauty of efficiency. His poems do not waste moments or words. These are wonderful journeys into the lives of everyone (something of you is here, I guarantee it), effortless, peaceful but powerful walks that focus upon the compassionate things: friendship, love, family, justice, tradition. Alan King has started his own tradition in DRIFT, one born of his own generation but timeless and strong; a voice we should all hope will be showcased for years."—Brian Gilmore, poet, public interest lawyer and columnist for The Progressive Media Project


Alan King is a poet and journalist living in the DC metropolitan area. He is a blogger on art and domestic issues. In addition to teaching creative writing throughout the DC/Baltimore region, he's a part-time poetry instructor at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts and the senior program director at the DC Creative Writing Workshop at Charles Hart Middle School in DC's Congress Heights neighborhood. A past Pushcart Prize nominee, Alan is also a Cave Canem fellow and VONA alum.

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