Hummer, T(errence) R(andolph)
HUMMER, T(errence) R(andolph)
HUMMER, T(errence) R(andolph). American, b. 1950. Genres: Poetry. Career: Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, assistant professor of English, 1980-84; Kenyon College, Gambier, OH, and Middlebury College, VT, assistant professor of English; Exeter College, England, visiting professor; University of California, Irvine, writer-in-residence; University of Oregon, Eugene, professor and director of creative writing. Publications: POETRY: Translation of Light, 1976; The Angelic Orders, 1982; The Passion of the Right-Angled Man, 1984; Lower-Class Heresy, 1987; The 18,000-Ton Olympic Dream, 1990; Walt Whitman in Hell, 1996. EDITOR: (with B. Weigl) The Imagination as Glory: Essays on the Poetry of James Dickey, 1984; (with D. Jersild) The Unfeigned Word: Fifteen Years of New England Review, 1993. Address: Department of English, Virginia Commonwealth University, PO Box 842005, Richmond, VA 23284-2005, U.S.A.