Wrigley, Robert

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WRIGLEY, Robert. American, b. 1951. Genres: Poetry. Career: Lewis- Clark State College, Lewiston, ID, poet-in-residence, assistant professor, and associate professor of English, 1977-99; University of Idaho, professor of English, 1999-. Warren Wilson College, poetry faculty member, 1989, 1990, and 1998; visiting professor at US universities; University of Montana, Richard Hugo Distinguished Poet-in-Residence, 1990 and 1995; instructor, visiting writer, and fellow at writers conferences around the US; appeared on radio programs; readings presented at colleges, universities, and other arts venues around the United States. Publications: POETRY: The Sinking of Clay City, 1979; The Glow (chapbook), 1982; Moon In a Mason Jar, 1986, repr. with What My Father Believed as Moon in a Mason Jar & What My Father Believed, 1998; In the Dark Pool (chapbook), 1988; What My Father Believed, 1991, repr. with Moon In a Mason Jar as Moon In a Mason Jar & What My Father Believed, 1998; In the Bank of Beautiful Sins, 1995; Reign of Snakes, 1999; Lives of the Animals, 2003. Contributor of poems to anthologies, magazines and literary journals. Address: Department of English, University of Idaho, PO Box 441102, Moscow, ID 83844, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]