Richard Tillinghast

PO Box 161Papaikou, HI 96781
E-mail: 
Website: 
www-personal.umich.edu/~rwtill

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Six Mile Mountain
(Story Line Press,
2000)
Today in the Cafe Trieste
(Salmon Publishing,
1997)
The Stonecutter's Hand
(David R. Godine,
1995)
Our Flag Was Still There
(Wesleyan University Press,
1984)
Poetry and What Is Real
(University of Michigan Press,
2004)

Journal

Paris Review
The New Yorker
The Nation
Atlantic Monthly
New Criterion

More Information

Listed as:
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Other
Prefers to work with: 
Naturalists/Environmentalists
Born in: 
Memphis, TN
Raised in: 
Memphis, TN

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Listing last updated: August 12, 2013.

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