Daniel Wilcox

November 25, 2010

Daniel Wilcox hiked through Cal State Long Beach (Creative Writing), worked in a mental hospital in Pennsylvania rather than kill Vietnamese, then on to Montana, Europe, Palestine/Israel; for years taught classrooms of full of teenagers trying to avoid literature, and experienced a slew of too many problems to bury. Now he casts his lines out upon the world’s turbulent waters and far shores in The Centrifulgal Eye, Lunarosity, Rubber Lemon, Midway Literary Magazine, Front Porch Review, etc. A book of his poetry, Dark Energy, was published by Diminuendo Press. Daniel lives with a second volume (Psalms, Yawps, and Howls), a speculative novel, a cat named Fizzy, and his wife on the coast of California — not in that order. His demise is coming closer and closer; but besides some mortician carrying over his remains (like in math), he has faith that in God all of real value will never die.

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