Poetry. The poems of THE BLOOD OF A TOURIST are born of a city and its people. They examine the beauty and terror of urban life, unearthing the stories from the lives of the lost, extracting, in the words of Baudelaire, "the eternal from the ephemeral."
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William Taylor Jr. lives and writes in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. His books include Broken When We Got Here (Epic Rites, 2013), AN AGE OF MONSTERS (Epic Rites, 2012), THE HUNGER SEASON (sunnyoutside, 2009), and THE BLOOD OF A TOURIST (sunnyoutside, 2014). He was a recipient of the 2013 Acker Award.Author City: SAN FRANCISCO, CA USA