Bin Ramke

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Lloyd Binford Ramke (born 19 February 1947 Port Neches, Texas) is an American poet and editor.[1]

Bin Ramke

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He graduated from Louisiana State University, from University of New Orleans, and from Ohio University with a Ph.D. He taught at Columbus College.

He was editor of the University of Georgia Press's Contemporary Poetry Series, from 1984 to 2005. It

He teaches at the University of Denver. He edits the literary magazine Denver Quarterly.[2] He lives in Denver with his wife, Linda, a fiction writer, and their son, Nic.

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