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30 May, 2017: Robert Miltner

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Robert Miltner is Professor of English at Kent State University Stark and is on the NEOMFA faculty for poetry and fiction. His collection of short fiction is And Your Bird Can Sing, from Ohio’s Bottom Dog Press. He has received a Wick Poetry Center chapbook award for Against the Simple and a Red Berry Editions summer chapbook award for the prose poetry selection Eurydice Rising; his prose poetry collection, Hotel Utopia, selected by Tim Seibles for the Many Voices Poetry Prize from New Rivers Press, was a finalist for the Ohioana Book Award in Poetry. Miltner has been the recipient of an Individual Excellence Award in Poetry from the Ohio Arts Council.
 
 

1. "Uninhabited World" from Hotel Utopia (New Rivers Press, 2011)

2. "In the Orchard, 1891" same as above.

3. "Jack, Neal, and a '49 Hudson" same as above.
 

4. "Blue House" same as above.

5. "The Arts" same as above.

6. "summer's ending" (part of Orpheus and Echo, his currently unpublished book of poems).
 

7. "Double Exposure" forthcoming in Los Angeles Review, Fall 2016.
 

8. "The Death of the Fugitive Charles Floyd in a Cornfield Outside of East Liverpool, Ohio, October 22, 1934" (unpublished?)
 

9. "Drive My Car" in And Your Bird Can Sing.
 

 

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