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W. T. Pfefferle

W. T. Pfefferle is the author of Poets on Place (Utah State UP), a chronicle of his year-long trip around the country interviewing and photographing sixty-two American poets. He has published his poems in Antioch Review, North American Review, Carolina Quarterly, Mississippi Review, Greensboro Review, New Orleans Review, Connecticut Review, and elsewhere.


Bad History

Fall 2006 | Poetry

  Columbus liked to wear giant plumed hats, and was fond of a woman he later sold for beads. The Civil War started sometime in an early morning rain, and continues to this day. Nietzsche said that all that glistens is gold. Chaucer told tales [...]