Marcus Cafagna

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Marcus Cafagña (born December 12, 1956 Ann Arbor, Michigan) is an American poet and professor. He is author of two poetry collections, most recently, Roman Fever (Invisible Cities Press, 2001), and has published poems published in literary journals and magazines including AGNI, Witness,[1][2] and Poetry Magazine,[3] and in anthologies.


He graduated from Michigan State University with a B.A. and an M.A., and Vermont College of Fine Arts, with an MFA. He teaches at Missouri State University.[4] His first marriage, to the poet Dianne Kitsmiller, ended with her death in 1993.[5] He and his second wife, Jenn, have a son named Diego.[6]


Published works[edit]

Full-length Collections

Anthology Publications

  • Roger Weingarten, Richard Higgerson, eds. (2001). "The Cockroaches of the Tuol Sleng Museum". Poets of the New Century. David R. Godine Publisher. ISBN 978-1-56792-178-6. 
  • Craig Crist-Evans, Kate Fetherston, Roger Weingarten, eds. (2006). Manthology: poems on the male experience. University of Iowa Press. ISBN 978-0-87745-988-0. 


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