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Robert Bonazzi

Robert Bonazzi’s work has been published in over 250 publications—in France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Canada, Mexico, Peru and the UK. He appears in the 2011 film documentary, Uncommon Vision: The Life and Times of John Howard Griffin (produced by Morgan Atkinson, aired on PBS and BBC). Born in New York City in 1942, Bonazzi has also lived in Mexico City, San Francisco, Florida, and several Texas cities. From 1966 to 2000 he edited and published 112 titles under the Latitudes Press imprint. He lives in San Antonio and writes reviews on poetry for The San Antonio Express-News and World Literature Today.

The Scribbling Cure (Pecan Grove, 2012) and Maestro of Solitude (Wings Press, 2007) constitute a selected volume (1972-2012). Earlier books—Living the Borrowed Life (1974), Fictive Music: Prose Poems (1979) and Perpetual Texts (1986)—were acclaimed by Mark Van Doren, Thomas Merton, Guy Davenport, Naomi Shihab Nye, Robert Peters, Vassar Miller, Paul Christensen, and Bryce Milligan in published reviews.     [ Click for More ]