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JAMES MAGORIAN

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Poet and fiction writer JAMES MAGORIAN was born April 4, 1942 in Palisade, Nebraska. He attended the Universities of Nebraska, Illinois State, Harvard, and Oxford. He is the author of Haymarket Square (1998) and many poetry collections, children's books, and the satirical novels America First (1992), The Man Who Wore Layers of Clothinq in the Winter (1994), Hearts of Gold (1996), and Souvenir Pillows From Mars (1996). His most recent publications are the poetry colletions The Missing Pages of the Scarecrow's Diary: Poems of Nature and Art (2013), Kaaterskill Clove (2009), The Bookbinder's Daughter (2007), and Geographia (2008). Recent work has appeared in Hiram Poetry Review, The Pacific Review, The Louisiana Review, The Louisville Review, Cimarron, The Shakespeare Newsletter, and The Harvard Advocate.



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