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Poetry. In prose poems and lyric fragments, Joshua Marie Wilkinson uses the films of Michelangelo Antonioni and others—and graduate degrees in poetry and film—to entice readers into the extraordinary correlation between poetic and cinematic imagery.
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Joshua Marie Wilkinson is the author of SELENOGRAPHY (with Polaroids by Tim Rutili), SWAMP ISTHMUS, THE COURIER'S ARCHIVE & HYMNAL, and MEADOW SLASHER. He has edited five anthologies (of poems, essays, conversations, and poetics); directed a movie about Califone with Solan Jensen called Made a Machine by Describing the Landscape; edits a journal called The Volta, with Afton Wilky; and runs a small press called Letter Machine Editions, with Noah Eli Gordon. Born and raised in Seattle, he's lived in Slovakia, Chicago, Denver, Dublin, and now makes his home in Tucson, where he teaches at the University of Arizona.Author City: TUCSON, AZ USA