Poetry. Graham Foust's third book offers agile poems of dread and humor. Robert Creeley writes: "These poems move in close to luxuriant circles, round and round each particular syllable, neither hurrying nor dragging behind—just there. At times there seems an almost physical presence to them, a third dimension, which is substance."
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Born in Tennessee and raised in Wisconsin, Graham Foust is the author of six books of poems, including TIME DOWN TO MIND (Flood Editions, 2015); TO ANACREON IN HEAVEN AND OTHER POEMS (Flood Editions, 2013), a finalist for the Believer Poetry Award; A MOUTH IN CALIFORNIA (Flood Editions, 2009); NECESSARY STRANGER (Flood Editions, 2007); and LEAVE THE ROOM TO ITSELF (Ahsahta Press, 2003). With Samuel Frederick, he has also translated three books by the late German poet Ernst Meister, OF ENTIRETY SAY THE SENTENCE (2015), WALLLESS SPACE (2014), and IN TIME'S RIFT (IM ZEITSPALT) (2012), all published by Wave Books. He works at the University of Denver.Author City: DENVER, CO USA