Jennifer Moxley

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Jennifer Moxley (born 12 May 1964) is an American poet, editor, and translator who was born in San Diego, California. She currently teaches poetry and poetics at the University of Maine and resides in Maine with her partner, Steve Evans.

Work[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Imagination Verses (New York: Tender Buttons, 1996) UK Edition (Cambridge: Salt, 2003)
  • The Sense Record (Washington DC: Edge, 2002) UK Edition (Cambridge: Salt, 2003)
  • Often Capital (Chicago: Flood, 2005)
  • The Line (Sausalito: Post-Apollo, 2007)
  • Clampdown (Chicago: Flood, 2009)
  • Foyer States (Iowa City: Catenary, 2013)
  • The Open Secret (Chicago: Flood Editions, 2014)
  • Druthers (Chicago: Flood Editions, 2018)

Prose[edit]

  • There Are Things We Live Among: Essays on the Object World. (Chicago: Flood Editions, 2012)
  • The Middle Room (Berkeley, CA: subpress, 2007)

Editing[edit]

  • The Poker (Somerville, MA), contributing editor, 2003 to present
  • The Baffler (Chicago), poetry editor, 1997.
  • The Impercipient Lecture Series (Providence), co-editor with Steve Evans, 1997
  • The Impercipient (Providence), founder and editor 1992 to 1995

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