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Tim Hunt

Born: 1949 in Calistoga, California
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: I have lived in Normal, IL for seven years and am a Professor of English at Illinois State University, where I teach American literature.

Biography: Tim Hunt was educated at Cornell University, he has taught American literature at several schools, including Washington State University and Deep Springs College. He is currently Professor of English at Illinois State University, in Normal, Illinois. Huntís poetry has been widely published in magazines, and he has published the chapbook Lake County Diamond.


Awards:
  • -- Chester H. Jones National Poetry Prize, ''"Lake County Elegy"''

Primary Literary Genre(s): Poetry

Primary Audience(s): Adult readers

Email: byrdhunt@gmail.com
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Website: http://www.tahunt.com
Tim Hunt on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=tim+hunt


Selected Titles

Fault lines /
ISBN: 1935218166 OCLC: 551122782

Backwaters Press, Omaha, Nebr. : 2009.

Redneck yoga /
ISBN: 1599246589 OCLC: 693959012

Finishing Line Press, Georgetown, Ky. : ©2010.

The collected poetry of Robinson Jeffers /
ISBN: 0804714142 OCLC: 16708645

Stanford University Press, Stanford, Calif. : 1988-2001.

The first three volumes of this four-volume work will present chronologically all of Jeffers' published work from 1920 to 1963. Jeffers' publishers sometimes adjusted his punctuation, presumably to bring the poems' punctuation into accord with grammatical convention. The texts for this edition revert to Jeffers' own preferences, insofar as the best methods of modern textual editing can reveal them.

 

 

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