Contributors / November 2011 (Issue 15)

W.F. Lantry
ImageW.F. Lantry, a native of San Diego, received his Maîtrise from L’Université de Nice and PhD in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Houston. In 2010 he won the Lindberg Foundation International Poetry for Peace Prize (in Israel), the Crucible Poetry Prize, the CutBank Patricia Goedicke Prize and the National Hackney Literary Award in Poetry. His work has appeared in Aesthetica, The Tower Journal and The Wallace Stevens Journal. His recently published chapbook, The Language of Birds (Finishing Line Press), is a lyric retelling of Attar's The Conference of the Birds. He currently works in Washington, DC, and is a contributing editor of Umbrella: A Journal of Poetry and Kindred Prose. Visit his website for more information. [Read] [Cha's profile]

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