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Author: Michael Begnal

Michael S. Begnal was born in 1966 in the U.S.A., grew up in central Pennsylvania, and more recently has spent nine years in Ireland. He was editor of the Irish literary magazine The Burning Bush. His work has appeared in Poetry Ireland Review, Poetry Wales, Translation Ireland, BlazeVOX, The Blue Canary, Shearsman, Natural Bridge, Vallum, and many other journals. He is also included in anthologies such as Breaking the Skin: New Irish Poetry (Black Mountain Press), and Six Gallery Press's Jacob's Ladder. His Irish-language (Gaelic) writing appears in the Go Nuige Seo anthologies (Coisceim), and elsewhere. Begnal's collection The Lakes of Coma was brought out by Six Gallery Press in 2003. Another collection, Ancestor Worship, is published (2005) by Irish press Salmon Poetry. Six Gallery Press has also released his booklet, Mercury, the Dime.

The Lakes of Coma
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The Lakes of Coma

Six Gallery Press

Poetry. The poems in THE LAKES OF COMA range across America and beyond, taking in a wide array of subject matter - small town unrest, the realities of life in the city, human relationships, race, sex - and becomes an examination of modern-day societ...

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Mercury, the Dime
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Mercury, the Dime

Six Gallery Press

Poetry. Can an epic poem be written today? MERCURY, THE DIME is Michael Begnal's vigorous YES, a poem as long as America is wide, with enough diversity and adventure (and brilliance) to satisfy both the epic poetry tradition and the vast and varied ...

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