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MICHAEL ANANIA

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MICHAEL ANANIA is a native of Omaha who attended the University of Nebraska, the University of Nebraska at Omaha (BA), and the State University of New York at Buffalo (PhD). He is the author of Selected Poems (Moyer-Bell, 1994), The Sky at Ashland, In Plain Sight: Essays (Moyer Bell, 1992), and the novel The Red Menace (Moyer Bell). His most recent collections are Heat Lines (Moyer Bell, 2006) and In Natural Light (Moyer Bell, 1999). In addition, his work has been included in the Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry. A former poetry editor of Swallow Press, director of CLMP, and member of the NEA literature panel, he is a contributing editor for Tri-Quarterly. He retired as a Professor of English at the University of Illinois — Chicago and lives now in Austin, Texas.



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