Edited by Michaela Mullin. Keith Donnell Jr. taps a cultural archive of voices, forms, and intergenerational absence. His poems, so connected by difference, speak across time, place, and persona, always reaching toward song and the dream of a fluid, indestructible beating Black heart. THE MOVE puts the cold out and keeps it there.
Poetry. African & African American Studies. Music.
Keith Donnell Jr. is a Philly-born, Bay Area-based poet and book editor. He earned his MA in English at the University of Southern California and his MFA in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. He was a previous Editor-in- Chief of Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review and his work has appeared in journals and anthologies, most recently Puerto del Sol, Cagibi, Jubilat and Best American Nonrequired Reading. He lives in Seaside, California with his wife, Alivia, and two cats, Ember and Mika. This is his first book.Author City: OAKLAND, CA USA