Andy Posner grew up in Los Angeles and earned an MA in Environmental Studies at Brown. While there, he founded Capital Good Fund, a nonprofit that provides financial services to low-income families. When not working, he enjoys reading, writing, watching documentaries, and ranting about the state of the world. He has had his poetry published in several journals, including Burningword Literary Journal (which nominated his poem ‘The Machinery of the State’ for the Pushcart Poetry Prize), Noble/Gas Quarterly, and The Esthetic Apostle.
Born With, Michael Daley’s fifth collection of poetry arrives in the era of pandemic, climate change, war, global inequity, and impoverishment, and brings with it the scope of raw feeling and deep human connectivity through family histories and planetary calamities, as well as that depth of awe children discover from inhabiting the natural world. These poems, often lyrically-narrative and frequently elegiac, sing of loss, heartache, and forbearance through the music of their cascading lines. They are nurtured in the same bloodstream our ancestral artists, and we ourselves were born with.
Michael Daley’s nonfiction poem A Poem Interrupted by AM Radio, New York City, 1985 was published by Burningword Literary Journal in January 2019.
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