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Author: Julien Poirier

Julien Poirier has taught poetry in the New York City and San Francisco public schools and at San Quentin State Prison, and was a founding member of the Ugly Duckling Presse Collective. Previous books include EL GOLPE CHILEñO (Ugly Duckling Presse 2010) and the newspaper novel, Living! Go and Dream (UDP 2005). With Garrett Caples, he is the co-editor of Frank Lima's, Incidents of Travel in Poetry (City Lights 2015). His most recent book of poems is OUT OF PRINT (City Lights, 2016).

El Golpe Chile¤o
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El Golpe Chile¤o

Ugly Duckling Presse

Poetry. EL GOLPE CHILEÑO is Julien Poirier's first book, not counting chapbooks and a newspaper novel. It runs naked through letters and cartoons dated 1991-2009. The title comes from a thief's trick practiced in Barcelona in the 1980s.

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Out of Print
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Out of Print

City Lights Publishers

Poetry. City Lights Spotlight No. 14. The third full-length collection by Julien Poirier, OUT OF PRINT is a truly bicoastal volume, reflecting the poet's years in New York as well as his return to his Bay Area roots. Consider it a meetinghouse betwe...

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Way Too West
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Way Too West

Bootstrap Press

Poetry. Down midnight trails to the still reeling seawall, past campfires in the Western Jungle, with voice work from Judy Collins, Nicholas Ray, Aphra Behn, Noah Purifoy, Johnny Cash, William F. Buckley Jr. and a sadistic Black Bart impersonator al...

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