Richard Meier

Richard Meier: Richard Meier’s first book, Terrain Vague, was selected by Tomaz Salamun for the Verse Prize and published by Verse Press in 2001. His poems have appeared in Conjunctions, Volt, Boston Review, Lungfull, and other literary journals and magazines. He has lived in, among others, the towns and cities of: Orfordville, Chicago, Brooklyn, Paris, Pittsburgh, and Tuscaloosa.

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Richard Meier: Richard Meier’s first book, Terrain Vague, was selected by Tomaz Salamun for the Verse Prize and published by Verse Press in 2001. His poems have appeared in Conjunctions, Volt, Boston Review, Lungfull, and other literary journals and magazines. He has lived in, among others, the towns and cities of: Orfordville, Chicago, Brooklyn, Paris, Pittsburgh, and Tuscaloosa.

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