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Author: David Lee Garrison

David Lee Garrison was born in Bremerton, Washington. Professor Garrison taught Spanish and Portuguese at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, from 1979 until his retirement in 2009. He has published a book and many articles on Spanish Literature, as well as translations of Spanish poets from Lope de Vega to Gloria Fuertes, including collections of the work of Nobel Laureate Vicente Aleixandre (with Willis Barnstone), José Bergamín, and Pedro Salinas. His poetry and translations have appeared widely in journals and anthologies. Two poems from his book, Sweeping the Cemetery, were read by Garrison Keillor on The Writer's Almanac, and one was included in the Keillor anthology, Good Poems, American Places. The title poem from his book, "Playing Bach in the D. C. Metro," was featured by United States Poet Laureate Ted Kooser on his website, American Life in Poetry, and read by Game of Thrones star Tara Fitzgerald on the BBC in London. He won the Paul Laurence Dunbar Poetry Prize in 2009 and was named Ohio Poet of the Year in 2014. In 2017 his poem, "Chant of Change," was selected by Youngstown's public art and literary project, Words Made Visible, to be stamped into a sidewalk of the city near Youngstown State University. David Lee Garrison lives in Oakwood, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton, with his wife, Suzanne Kelly-Garrison, a novelist, poet, and law lecturer at Wright State University.

Carpeing The Diem - Poems About High School
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Carpeing The Diem - Poems About High School

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. "Remember high school? Sure you do! Those tentative looks in the mirror, the guy in the leather jacket, the myth of Hook Man and Lover's Lane? David Lee Garrison's poems capture the awkward grace of adolescence with such good humor and tende...

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Light in the River
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Light in the River

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. In accessible poems that are much like stories, David Lee Garrison finds ambiguity and mystery beneath the surface of everyday experience. He rewrites the Biblical creation myth, positing Dog before Man; he imagines John Keats as a baseball ...

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