MICHAEL KLEIN has a book of poems, “then, we were still living” out with GenPop Books (www.genpopbooks.com), and a new one, “The Talking Day” will be published by Sibling Rivalry Press in 2013. His other books are “1990” (Provincetown Arts Press) (Lambda Literary Award, 1993) and two books of prose: “The End of Being Known” (University of Wisconsin Press) and “Track Conditions” (University of Wisconsin Press). He has been widely anthologized and edited Poets for Life: 76 Poets Respond to AIDS, which won a Lambda Literary Award in 1990. His poems, reviews, interviews and essays have been published in Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review, Poets & Writers, Provincetown Arts, Post Road, American Poetry Review, New England Review (Middlebury Series), Bloom, Tin House, Connotation Press, Drunken Boat, nerve. com, Lumina, Crazyhorse and other publications. He teaches in the low residency MFA in Writing Program at Goddard College and in the summer program at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, where had a fellowship in poetry in 1990. He lives in New York City and Provincetown with the human being, Andrew Hood and the dog, Ruby and the cat, Cyrus. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flash essays on music, people, things I can't forget, and things I won't remember