Poetry. LGBT Studies. Winner of the 2010 Washington Prize. Investigating past and present in poems of memory and loss, MOTION STUDIES takes us from daguerreotypes of the 19th century and the work of painter Thomas Eakins to post-Katrina New Orleans. Scholarly and yeasty, forceful and kind, MOTION STUDIES reunites the broken and the silenced with the living and hopeful.
Brad Richard's books include PARASITE KINGDOM, Habitations, MOTION STUDIES, winner of the Washington Prize and finalist for the 2012 Thom Gunn Award in Gay Poetry from the Publishing Triangle, and Butcher's Sugar. He has also published three chapbooks, The Men in the Dark, Curtain Optional, and Larval Songs. His poems and reviews have appeared in journals such as American Letters & Commentary, The Iowa Review, Massachusetts Review, Mississippi Review, Prairie Schooner, and many others. Richard lives in New Orleans where he was the 2015 Louisiana Artist of the Year as well as recipient of awards and fellowships from Poets & Writers, Inc. and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Author City: NEW ORLEANS, LA USA