WAYNE MILLER is the author of four poetry collections: Post- (Milkweed Editions, 2016), which won the Rilke Prize and the Colorado Book Award; The City, Our City (2011), which was a finalist for the Rilke Prize and the William Carlos Williams Award; The Book of Props (2009); and Only the Senses Sleep (New Issues, 2006). He has cotranslated two books by Moikom ZeqoZodiac (Zephyr Press, 2015), which was a finalist for the Pen Center USA Award in Translation, and I Don’t Believe in Ghosts (BOA Editions, 2007)—and he has coedited three books: Literary Publishing in the Twenty-First Century (Milkweed Editions, 2016; w/ Travis Kurowski and Kevin Prufer), Tamura Ryuichi: On the Life & Work of a 20th Century Master (Pleiades Press, 2011; w/ Takako Lento), and New European Poets (Graywolf, 2008; w/ Kevin Prufer). The recipient of the George Bogin Award, the Lucille Medwick Award, the Lyric Poetry Award, a Ruth Lilly Fellowship, the Bess Hokin Prize, and a Fulbright to Queen’s University Belfast, Miller lives in Denver with his wife and two children and teaches at the University of Colorado Denver. He co-curates the Unsung Masters Series with Kevin Prufer and edits Copper Nickel.

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