Bill Lavender is the director of the Low Residency Creative Writing program and coordinator of the Madrid Summer Seminars. His most recent books of poetry include I of the Storm (Trembling Pillow 2007), While Sleeping (Chax Press 2004), look the universe is dreaming (Potes and Poets 2002), and Guest Chain (Lavender Ink 1999). He is the editor of Another South: Experimental Writing in the South , an anthology from University of Alabama Press (2003). His poetry and essays have appeared in numerous print magazines including Jubilat, New Orleans Review, Gulf Coast Review, Skanky Possum, YAWP, and Fell Swoop, and web publications including Exquisite Corpse, Muse Apprentice Guild, CanWeHaveOurBallBack, Moria, Baddog, Poets Against the War, and, more recently, Big Bridge, and Nolafugees. He has published scholarship in Poetics Today and Contemporary Literature . He lives in New Orleans with Dr. Nancy Dixon.
BOOKS OF POETRY
I of the Storm (Trembling Pillow Press, 2007)
Thirty-One Poems (Lavender Ink, 2006)
While Sleeping (Chax Press, 2004)
look the universe is dreaming (Poets and Poets Press, 2002)
Another South: Experimental Writing in the South , editor (University of Alabama Press, 2002)