ArLiJo Features John del Peschio, Thomas Rain Crowe and Steve Fellner
ArLiJo is currently featuring poetry by John del Peschio and Thomas Rain Crowe and fiction by Steve Fellner.
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Biographies of the featured writers:
John Del Peschio lives in Brooklyn Heights. His work has appeared in lodestarquarterly and modern words. He often walks past a wooden building that in the 1840s was a meniac\’s hairdressing parlor as he likes to think Whitman went there.
Thomas Rain Crowe is an internationally recognized poet and translator whose work has been published in several languages. He is the author of twenty books of original works, translations, anthologies and recordings including The Laugharne Poems, written at the Dylan Thomas home in Laugharne, Wales and published by Welsh publisher Carreg Gwalch; Thomas Rain Crowe & The Boatrockers LIVE, which received praise by such poet-musicians as Joy Harjo and by Pete Townshend of The Who; and the multi-award winning book of nonfiction Zoro’s Field: My Life in the Appalachian Woods, published in 2005 by the Univ. of Georgia Press. As an editor, he has been an instrumental force behind such magazines as Beatitude, Katuah Journal and the Asheville Poetry Review. As a translator, he has translated collections by poets such as Hafiz and Yvan Goll. His archives have been purchased and are collected by the Duke University Special Collections Library. He lives in the Smoky Mountains of rural western North Carolina.
Steve Fellner\’s first book of poems Blind Date with Cavafy won The Third Annual Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize, judged by Denise Duhamel. It was released early this year. He currently teaches at SUNY Brockport.