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ROY SCHEELE


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ROY SCHEELE is a poet who has been published in The Sewanee Review, Poetry Northwest, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Commonweal, and many other places. He is the author of several collections of poetry, including The Sea-Ocean, Pointing Out the Sky, Grams and Epigrams, Accompanied and Noticing, The Voice We Call Human, To See How It Tallies, Short Suite, and Keeping the Horses. His latest collection is From the Ground Up: Thirty Sonnets (Lone Willow Press, 2000). He has also published a number of articles and an audio cassette, Saturday Mornings in the Radio Years (LarkSong Sounds, 1992). His profile on of poet Hayden Carruth appeared in the spring 1996 issue of Poets & Writers. He is Professor of English, poet-in-residence, and director of creative writing at Doane College in Crete, Nebraska.


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