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Author: Geoffrey Woolf

Geoffrey Woolf lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he is Dean of Humanities and Sciences at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. His work has appeared in publications, including Poet Lore, Cutbank, Smartish Pace, and The Cincinnati Poetry Review. He is the author of FONTAINE'S GOLDEN WHEEL FORTUNE TELLER AND DREAM BOOK (Dos Madres Press, 2020), LEARN TO LOVE EXPLOSIVES (Dos Madres Press, 2016), Bogeyman (2012), and When You're Not Here, I Notice Things (2002). He is a graduate of the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop and The Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Creighton University.

Fontaine's Golden Wheel Fortune Teller and Dream Book
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Fontaine's Golden Wheel Fortune Teller and Dream Book

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. "The poems in Geoffrey Woolf's new book — wise, sly, wry, and often outrageously funny — are based (rather loosely, I imagine) on Fontaines's Golden Wheel Fortune Teller and Dream Book (1862). Before Dr. Freud explored dreams as the royal ro...

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Learn To Love Explosives
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Learn To Love Explosives

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. "If you were to listen to a middle-aged Holden Caulfield, you might hear a voice like the one in Geoff Woolf's gut-punchingly funny and irreverently honest poems. Like Salinger's young protagonist, the speaker in these prose poems has no pat...

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