Lyle Daggett’s most recent books of poems are All Through the Night: New and Selected Poems and The First Light Touches Me, both from Red Dragonfly Press. His poems, translations, essays and book reviews have appeared in Pemmican, Blue Collar Review, Blue Lyra Review, the anthology Eating the Pure Light: Homage to Thomas McGrath (The Backwaters Press), and other publications. He does not have an MFA, and has not received a grant or an award. He lives in Minneapolis, where he works in a large office in a large company in a gray cubicle in a room full of gray cubicles. His blog is A Burning Patience, http://aburningpatience.blogspot.com/, which he uses to talk about poetry and related things.
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