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CROWE, Thomas Rain

CROWE, Thomas Rain. American, b. 1949. Genres: Poetry, Translations. Career: Beatitude Magazine and Press, San Francisco, CA, editor, 1974-78; Katuah Journal, Asheville, NC, founding editor, 1983-87; New Native Press, Cullowhee, NC, publisher, 1988-; Sylva Herald, press operator, 1989-93; Fern Hill Records, founder and producer, 1994-; Asheville Poetry Review, Asheville, editor-at-large, 1995-2000; reviewer feature writer, Bloomsbury Review, Jazz News, Smoky Mountain News, 1995-; The Boatrockers (performance group), founder and performer, 1996-. Publications: Learning to Dance, 1985; Poems for Che Guevara's Dream, 1991; The Sound of Light (poems and music), 1991; Night Sun, 1993; The Laugharne Poems, 1997; (ed. with G. Denez and T. Hubbard) Writing the Wind: A Celtic Resurgence, 1997. TRANSLATOR: H.-A. Dal, Why I Am a Monster, 1991; Hafiz, In Wineseller's Street, 1998; Hafiz, Drunk on the Wine of the Beloved, 2001. Address: 407 Canada Rd, Tuckasegee, NC 28783, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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