Poetry. "These poems are quiet and intellectually demanding at the same time they are tough and filled with passion. That's the best thing I can say for any poems, to be able to walk that balance."—Susan Howe
Jean Day is a poet, academic editor, and union activist whose involvement in the San Francisco Bay Area poetry scene spans more than four decades. Starting out as a book-wrapper/clerk for Small Press Distribution and later its director, she has since worked in various roles in nonprofit publishing. She is the author of ten collections of poetry, including LATE HUMAN, THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE, and DAYDREAM. She lives in Berkeley.
Author City: BERKELEY, CA USA