Matthew Cooperman

Matthew Cooperman's poetry has appeared recently in ACM, Denver Quarterly, American Literary Review, Black Warrior Review, LIT, Chicago Review and Quarterly West, among others. He is the author of the collections Surge, winner of the Wick Chapbook Prize (1999, Kent State University Press), and A Sacrificial Zinc, winner of the Lena Miles Wever Todd Prize (2001, Pleiades/LSU Press). He was a founding editor of Quarter After Eight, an exploratory journal of prose and commentary, and a Provincetown Writing Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center.

EPR #4:
Seen and Felt Watching
Pictures of Can Can



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