Clifton Snider featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Tuesday, Poets and Poetry Lovers! Head on over and check out our newest poetry feature on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! “Safe Space” by Clifton Snider.


Here’s a little about Clifton Snider:

Clifton Snider, faculty emeritus at Cal State University Long Beach, is the internationally celebrated author of ten books of poetry. A career retrospective of his work, Moonman: New and Selected Poems, was published to great acclaim by World Parade Books (2012). In 2000-2001 he published three novels, Loud Whisper, Bare Roots, and Wrestling with Angels: A Tale of Two Brothers. New from Spout Hill Press is his first historical novel, The Plymouth Papers. A Jungian/Queer literary critic, he has published hundreds of poems, fiction, reviews, and articles internationally. His work has been translated into Arabic, French, Spanish, and Russian.






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