Author: Patrick James Dunagan

Patrick James Dunagan lives in San Francisco and works at Gleeson Library/Geschke Center for the University of San Francisco. A graduate of the Poetics Program at the now defunct New College of California, his writings have appeared in: Amerarcana, Artvoice, Big Bell, Blue Book, Box of Books: Vol II, Cannibal, CHAIN, Galatea Resurrects, home: An Anthology of Ars Poetica, House Organ, Forklift, Fulcrum, H_NGM_N, Jacket, Moria, Morning Train, Octopus, ON, One Less Magazine, le Palais de Nuit, Pax Americana, Poets for Living Waters, Polis, Pompom, Puppyflowers, Rain Taxi, Riprap, SF Bay Guardian, St Mark's Poetry Project Newsletter, Shrimp, Try!, and VANITAS. Recent chapbooks include: from Chansonniers (Blue Press, 2008), Spirit Guest & Others (Lew Gallery Editions, 2009), Easy Eden with Micah Ballard (PUSH, 2009), and her friends down at the french cafe had no english words for me (PUSH, 2010).

There Are People Who Say That Painters Shouldn't Talk: A GUSTONBOOK
Add to Shopping Cart 9780942996739
8 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $15.00 2/1/2011

There Are People Who Say That Painters Shouldn't Talk: A GUSTONBOOK

The Post-Apollo Press

Poetry. Written in and around the Spring of 2009, composed of short, fragmentary blocks of verse and prose, including several quoted sources, GUSTONBOOK is a workman's notebook of sorts sketched out in response to several years spent contemplating t...

Learn More...

Sign up for SPD e-newsletters