Daniel Nathan Terry
Daniel Nathan Terry, a former landscaper and horticulturist, is the author of Capturing the Dead (NFSPS 2008), which won The Stevens Prize, and a chapbook, Days of Dark Miracles (Seven Kitchens Press 2011). His poetry has appeared, or is forthcoming, in many journals and anthologies, including New South, Poet Lore, Assaracus, Chautauqua, and Collective Brightness. He teaches English at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and serves on the advisory board of One Pause Poetry.
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"Waxwings is a book that takes observation, meditation, and memory as seriously as men and women take life and death. These elegiac lyrics show that Daniel Nathan Terry is unafraid of putting his experiences to use in the making of poems that ache after transcendence and long for revelation." -- Jericho Brown, author of Please
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