Author: Christopher T Keaveney

Christopher T. Keaveney received his undergraduate degree in English from Manhattan College and his MA in Japanese Language and Literature and PhD in Comparative Literature from Washington University in St. Louis. He also pursued graduate studies at Tsukuba University in Ibaraki, Japan and at Fudan University in Shanghai and taught abroad in American Samoa, Japan, and China. Keaveney currently teaches Japanese language and East Asian literature and film courses at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon and is the author of three books about Japanese culture and Sino-Japanese literary relations. His poetry has appeared in many literary journals, and several of his English language haiku have appeared in the Mainichi Daily News. He lives in Portland with his wife Shigeko and his daughters Bridget and Erica.

Your Eureka Not Mined
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Your Eureka Not Mined

Broadstone Books

Poetry. Chris Keaveney's debut poetry collection is a litany of the almost, "What the leaves in the bottom of the cup / should have said, / had we but waited for them to settle." But if he often writes of arriving late, of stopping just short, of id...

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