Poetry. A single long poem about coming of age, finding love, accepting family, and a polluted rail yard in Northeast Minneapolis. This confessional exploration of seemingly disparate subjects embodies the nature of how we're all trying to clean up.
Timothy Otte is a poet and critic. Poems have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Sixth Finch, Fence, SAND Journal, Reservoir and elsewhere. Reviews have appeared in the Poetry Project Newsletter, and on Colorado Review, LitHub, and Chicago Review of Books, among others. He was a 2014-15 Loft Mentor Series winner and a fellow at the 2017 Poetry Incubator. Their latest book of poetry is REBOUND, RESTART, RENEW, REBUILD, REJOICE (Lithic Press, 2019).
Author City: MINNEAPOLIS, MN USA