Junkins, Donald (Arthur)
JUNKINS, Donald (Arthur)
JUNKINS, Donald (Arthur). American, b. 1931. Genres: Poetry. Career: Emerson College, Boston, assistant professor, 1961; California State College, Chico, assistant professor, 1963-66; University of Massachusetts, Amherst, assistant professor, 1966-69, associate professor, 1969-74, director, Master of Fine Arts Program in English, 1970-78, 1989-90, professor of English, 1974-. Publications: The Sunfish and the Partridge, 1965; The Graves of Scotland Parish, 1968; Walden, 100 Years after Thoreau, 1968; And Sandpipers She Said, 1970; (ed.) The Contemporary World Poets, 1976; The Uncle Harry Poems and Other Maine Reminiscences, 1977; Crossing by Ferry, 1978; The Agamenticus Poems, 1984; Playing for Keeps: Poems, 1991; Journey to the Corrida (poems), 1999. Address: 63 Hawks Rd, Deerfield, MA 01342, U.S.A.