Chuck Taylor brazenly borrows the clear, wise, and consistently wry voice of the ancient poet Li-Po to speak of life, love, and fatherhood in the 21st Century..." --Dave Parsons, author of "Editing Sky" and "Color of Mourning"
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Chuck Taylor, a Texas Yankee, reared in Texas, Minnesota, Illinois, and North Carolina, won the Austin Book Award for his collection, "What Do You Want, Blood?" He has worked in the Poets-in-the-Schools program, been a CETA poet in the Salt Lake City, operated a used bookstore, worked in the laundry of a hospita, labored for the Terrill State Mental Hospital and the Texas School for the Deaf, owned a small press, and is the former Coordinator of Creative Writing at Texas A&M University. Conversations with the poet Lucien Stryk in 1967 stimulated his interest in Asian culture and he was able to work and study in Japan from 1991-94. Married three times, he has three children, three stepchildren, and six grandchildren. Vincent, Chuck Taylor dreams, has red har and he ebraces him as his alter ego.
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Book Description Pecan Grove Pr, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1931247595