“An Apprentice’s Tale,” in Coming Close: Forty Essays on Philip Levine.

Really excited to be a part of this book project. I’ve been thinking a lot about how I became a writer and a poet, people who inspired me, teachers who really affected me. Philip Levine is one of those people. I wrote an essay over sabbatical called ” “An Apprentice’s Tale” that will appear in this collection.

Here are the details:

Coming Close: Forty Essays on Philip Levine Edited by Mari L’Esperance and Tomás Q. Morín Prairie Lights Books, 2013.

Contributors: Aaron Belz, Ciaran Berry, Paula Bohince, Shane Book, B. H. Boston, Xochiquetzal Candelaria, Colin Cheney, Michael Clifton, Michael Collier, Nicole Cooley, Kate Daniels, Blas Manuel de Luna, Kathy Fagan, Andrew Feld, Nick Flynn, Edward Hirsch, Sandra Hoben, Ishion Hutchinson, Lawson Fusao Inada, Dorianne Laux, Joseph O. Legaspi, Mark Levine, Larry Levis, Ada Limón, Elline Lipkin, Jane Mead, Dante Micheaux, Malena Mörling, John Murillo, Daniel Nester, Sharon Olds, January Gill O’Neil, Greg Pape, Kathleen Peirce, Sam Pereira, Jeffrey Skinner, Tom Sleigh, David St. John, Brian Turner, Robert Wrigley

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1 thought on ““An Apprentice’s Tale,” in Coming Close: Forty Essays on Philip Levine.

  1. Thanks for the shout-out, Dan, and for your truly moving essay!

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