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Author: Bill Kushner

In addition to his eight books of poems, Bill Kushner has worked as a playwright, actor, and director at the New York Theatre Ensemble and Theater Genesis in New York. He has just finished Good Gravy Marie, a new full-length play.

HE DREAMS OF WATERS
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HE DREAMS OF WATERS

Rattapallax Press

Poetry. Gay & Lesbian Studies. Bill Kushner is a 1999 recipient of a Poetry Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts and has three published books of poetry: Night Fishing, HEAD, and LOVE UNCUT. Bob Holman describes his work as "gay and ...

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HEAD
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HEAD

United Artists

Poetry. "It's amazing what you can achieve by simply being yourself and true to your art! Kushner extends the range of sentiment and of the conversational mode first established by John Wieners but with one difference: where Wieners is almost always...

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In Sunsetland with You
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In Sunsetland with You

Straw Gate Books

Poetry. LGBT Studies. Bill Kushner spins the loose narrative of a lonely ten-year-old Billy whose father is away at war, and who develops a remarkable and touching friendship with his imaginary companion, Abraham Lincoln. This work concludes with th...

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LOVE UNCUT: POEMS 1986
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LOVE UNCUT: POEMS 1986

United Artists

Bill Kushner's first full-length collection of poems, Head, appeared in 1988. Among the comments by critics: “Bill Kushner's Head more than alludes to the night demimonde; his book is an extended exploration of back alleys and sex bars where the po...

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That April
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That April

United Artists Books

Poetry. "THAT APRIL is a spectacular book. Bill Kushner writes poems made out of fluttering wings. His poet walks the street reading teeshirts, stays home & remembers there was an old man here before me. He makes tea and toasts his own splendiferous...

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