Poetry. Edited by Daniel Lawless. PLUME POETRY 8 comprises the very best new poems from a curated roster of 98 renowned and emerging poets, hailing from the U.S. and abroad. Its contents have been labeled "...a collection that has the grace to live as variously as possible" and "gorgeously rich text, crammed full of disparate voices, a textured tapestry, assembled with love and precision."
Daniel Lawless is the founder and editor of the monthly online magazine: Plume: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry, and the PLUME anthologies, which appear in print annually. His poems have been published in Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, Field, and The American Journal of Poetry, among many others. Lawless has lived and taught in France and the UK, and now resides in St. Petersburg, FL. He writes critical essays and conducts author interviews. He received a grant from THE SHIFTING FOUNDATION in 2018. LOUISVILLE 1984-1974, is the title of his forthcoming book, comprising a number of prose poems and sketches drawing on his youthful experiences in that city.Author City: SAINT PETERSBURG, FL USA