Author: Christopher Salerno

Christopher Salerno's books of poems include ATM, (selected by D.A. Powell for the 2013 Georgetown Review Poetry Prize), Minimum Heroic (selected by Dara Wier for the Mississippi Review Poetry Prize, 2010), and WHIRLIGIG (Spuyten Duyvil Publishing House, 2006). His chapbook, Automatic Teller won the 2013 Laurel Review Midwest Chapbook Prize and is currently available. Another chapbook, AORTA, has been published by Poor Claudia, 2013. His poems have appeared in journals and magazines such as Fence, Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, American Letters and Commentary, Jubilat, Verse Daily, Mississippi Review, and others. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of English at William Paterson University where manages the new journal, Map Literary.

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Poetry. "Christopher Salerno's ATM is a decadent refutation of Robert Graves' quip that 'there is no poetry in money, either.' The material world and the natural world stand side by side: a tulip planted not beside a river bank but beside a bank mac...

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