Louis Cabri

Louis Cabri’s recent poetry books are Poetryworld (CUE) and the chapbooks Poems (Olive) and —that can’t (Nomados). An essay on the centered poetic line will appear in the Lissa Wolsak feature of The Poetic Front. Books include an online edition of The Mood Embosser designed by Damian Lopes for Coach House Books. He has written essays on Andrews, Inman, Mac Low, Miki, Nichol, Strang, Wah, and Zukofsky, among other poets. He teaches in the BA and MA programs in literature, creative writing, and language at the University of Windsor — which hosted the first symposium on Ron Silliman’s the Alphabet last spring and will host Alan Davies as fall 2011 writer-in-residence.

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