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Author: Stephen Kampa

Stephen Kampa was born in Missoula, Montana, in 1981 and grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida. He received a BA in English Literature from Carleton College and an MFA in Poetry from the Johns Hopkins University. His first book, Cracks in the Invisible, won the 2010 Hollis Summers Poetry Prize and the 2011 Gold Medal in Poetry from the Florida Book Awards. His poems have also been awarded the Theodore Roethke Prize, first place in the River Styx International Poetry Contest, and two Pushcart nominations. He currently divides his time between teaching poetry at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida and working as a musician, most recently with Florida swamp blues master Robert "Top" Thomas and as a session player for WildRoots Records.

Articulate as Rain
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Articulate as Rain

The Waywiser Press

Poetry. A collection that encompasses the Garden of Eden ("Something for Everything") and the end of the world ("Have It, Eat It"), ARTICULATE AS RAIN is an omnium-gatherum of tones, themes, prosodies, and poetic ploys. With characteristic comedy an...

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Bachelor Pad
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Bachelor Pad

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Poetry. Where Kampa's first, prize-winning collection wrestled with silence (particularly the silence of God) and how to fill it, his eagerly-awaited second addresses solitude. The poems in it explore various permutations of intimacy and isolation i...

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