The Chair (American Poets Continuum Series)
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He has also written My Aunt Otilia's Spirits, a bilingual children's book (Children’s Book Press,1978). He lives on James Island, South Carolina, with his wife, Katherine Williams, and their dogs Sully and Max.. Garcia teaches creative writing in the Antioch University Low-Residency MFA program. From 1991-2002, he was a Poet-in-Residence at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, where he conducted poetry and art workshops for hospitalized children. His poems appear in journals such as The Antioch Review, The Colorado Review, and The Georgia Rev
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One of America's foremost prose poets, Richard Garcia's The Chair simultaneously takes place in the natural world and a speculative world rich in the fabulist tradition: historical figures roam like ghosts, time is pulled and twisted, and narrative spins effortlessly out of language. He teaches creative writing in the Antioch University Los Angeles Low-Residency MFA program and lives on James Island, South Carolina.. A core of autobiography grounds these poems that are rife with surprises uniting the mythic and the everyday.Richard Garcia's awards include an NEA, a Pushcart Prize, and the American Poetry Journal Book Prize
He lives on James Island, South Carolina, with his wife, Katherine Williams, and their dogs Sully and Max.. His poems appear in journals such as The Antioch Review, The Colorado Review, and The Georgia Review, and in several anthologies, among them The Best American Poetry 2005, Touching the Fire, Seriously Funny and The Best of the Prose Poem. From 1991-