Darren Edwards featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Tuesday, poets and poetry lovers! We’re back with another poem feature over on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! Head over and check out “Awkward” by Darren Edwards!



Here’s a little about Darren Edwards:

(Formal) Darren M. Edwards is a performance poet, essayist and teacher. He received both his B.S. and his M.S. in English from Utah State University where he also worked as an Editorial Assistant for Isotope: A Journal of Literary, Nature and Science Writing. After graduating, he started New Graffiti: Literature on the Streets which, during its three year run, received a “Best in State” designation from City Weekly. Currently, Darren teaches courses in composition, literature, and creative writing for Dixie State University. In addition, he co-founded Storm the Mic, a weekly open-mic for creative writing. His essays and poetry have appeared in a number of journals including The Southern Quill, Referential Magazine, Camas, and Stone Voices. He has also been featured on Utah Public Radios literary program Synecdoche.

(Informal) Darren is a thirty-year-old English Lecturer who firmly believes the Stargate Program is real. He loves fast food and 90′s Skate Punk. He’s currently debating getting a neck tattoo.

Darren Edwards


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