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GREG KUZMA

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Born in 1944, GREG KUZMA is the author of Song for Someone Going Away (Ithaca House), Good News (Viking), The Obedience School (Three Rivers Press), and more than thirty other books. Carnegie Mellon University Press re-printed Good News in their Classic Contemporary series and released his Selected Early Poems 1958-1983 in 1996. A new collection, Mountains of the Moon, was published by Sandhills Press. His poetry has been published in hundreds of literary magazines, including The New Yorker, Triquarterly, Harvard Review, Hudson Review, and Poetry East. He was educated at Syracuse University (BA, 1966, MA, 1967). He taught in the English Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for forty years, retiring last year. He is the editor of Best Cellar Press. He and his wife, Barb, live in Crete, Nebraska.



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