Poetry. "Travis Denton makes me think that attention is akin to affection, at least here, where loss and damage continually lead us deeper into the world, not away from it. While he has a fluid and curious mind, I think he roves to stay, that a belief in the value of all things underlies these peripatetic poems. Some poets write nervously, out of fear. I think Travis Denton writes largely out of joy, to gather and bring what he finds back for us to share. This book is a harvest."—Bob Hicok
Travis Wayne Denton lives in Atlanta where he is the Associate Director of Poetry @ TECH as well as McEver Chair in Poetry at Georgia Tech. He is also founding editor of the literary arts publication Terminus Magazine. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, magazines and anthologies. He is the author of MY STUNT DOUBLE (C&R Press, 2019), WHEN PIANOS FALL FROM THE SKY (Marick Press, 2012) and THE BURDEN OF SPEECH (C&R Press, 2009).
Author City: ATLANTA, GA USA