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Author: Marc McKee

Marc McKee is the author of one chapbook and four full- length collections of poetry: What Apocalypse?, winner of the 2008 New Michigan Press / DIAGRAM Chapbook Contest, and FUSE (2011), BEWILDERNESS (2014), CONSOLATIONEER (2017), and META META MAKE-BELIEF (2019), all from Black Lawrence Press. His poetry appears in online and print journals such as American Poetry Review, Bennington Review, Conduit, Copper Nickel, Crazyhorse, Forklift, Ohio, The Journal, Los Angeles Review, Memorious, Sixth Finch, and others. He teaches at the University of Missouri, and is managing editor of the Missouri Review in Columbia, Missouri, where he lives with his wife Camellia Cosgray and their son, Harold.

Bewilderness
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Bewilderness

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. "In Marc McKee's compelling new collection, BEWILDERNESS, it's not the past that's a foreign country but the present—a world rendered strange to us because of the compounding forces of loss and tragedy, but also in the strangeness of ordinar...

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Consolationeer
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Consolationeer

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. "In CONSOLATIONEER, lines soar beyond their bounds, turning sense into vector and idea to a winged thing. The end of the world comes just before daylight and love is simultaneously particular and apocalyptic, falling down in ashes around us....

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Fuse
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Fuse

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. How do you make the connections between objects, events and people even as they are ineluctably changing? How do you balance a burgeoning awareness of the marvels and subtractions of History with the demanding influx of personal experience? ...

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Meta Meta Make-Belief
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Meta Meta Make-Belief

Black Lawrence Press

Poetry. "Hi. You probably don't know me, but this blurb is that moment when you're scanning the back of a book, looking for a hook that will lead you inside to something you really need. But then you realize the person who's written the blurb—me—isn...

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