Leo Yankevich

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Website: 
leoyankevich.com

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

The Last Silesian
(The Mandrake Press,
2005)
The Unfinished Crusade
(The Mandrake Press,
2000)

Chapbook

The Language of Birds
(Pygmy Forest Press,
1994)

Anthology

Touched by Eros
(Live Poets Society,
2002)
Positively Poetry
(New Hope International,
1995)
The Red Candle Treasury
(Red Candle Press,
1998)
Through A Glass Darkly
(Lite Circle Books,
2000)

Journal

The MacGuffin
2014)
Visions International
2014)
Chronicles
2014)
Sulphur River Literary Review
2014)
Blue Unicorn
2014)
Windsor Review
2014)
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
2014)
Tennessee Quarterly
American Jones Building & Maintenance
Iambs & Trochees
Amelia
Kimera
Nostoc
Envoi
Staple
Poetry Nottingham
Pennine Platform
Iota
Raintown Review
Whelks Walk Review
Cedar Hill Review
Beauty for Ashes Poetry Review
Riverrun
Lite
Romantics Quarterly
Edge City Review
Weyfarers
The Barefoot Muse
thehypertexts.com
Tucumcari Literary Review
The Eclectic Muse
The Neovictorian/Cochlea
Psychopoetica
The Innisfree Poetry Journal
Disquieting Muses
Snakeskin
Lucid Rhythms
The Monongahela Review
The East River Review
Sonnet Scroll
Electric Acorn
Artword Quarterly
Mr. Cogito
Candelabrum
Harpstrings
Parnassus Literary Journal
New Hope International
Ship of Fools
Ironwood
FutureCycle Poetry
London Magazine
CounterPunch
Trinacria
CounterPunch

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Irish American, Polish American
Fluent in: 
Polish
Born in: 
Sharon, PA
Raised in: 
Farrell, PA

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Listing last updated: December 8, 2010.

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