William Sherman

9300 Atlantic Ave.Apartment 218Margate, NJ 08402
Phone: 
609-822-7050
Website: 
www.omoopart5.blogspot.com., www.omoopart4.blogspot.com.,www.omoopart3.blogspot.com.,www.iprefernottopart2.blogspot.com.,www.iprefernotto.blogspot.com

Author's Bio

see "About Me" & "Complete Profile" on my 5 blogsites: www.omoopart5.blogspot.com. www.omoopart4.blogspot.com. www.omoopart3.blogspot.com. www.iprefernottopart2.blogspot.com. www.iprefernotto.blogspot.com.

Publications and Prizes

Book

Tahitian Journals
(Hearing Eye,
1990)
The Horses of Gwyddno Garanhir
(New London Pride Editions,
1976)

Chapbook

Glimpses: Of India and Nepal
(Hearing Eye,
1988)
A Tale For Tusitala (short story)
(Branch Redd Books,
1993)
From The South Seas
(Roman F. Garbacik,
1997)
The Mana Of The Moai
(Spanner Editions,
2004)

Anthology

In The Company Of Poets
(Hearing Eye,
2003)
The Still Horizon
(Cyberwit.net,
2002)
Emerson of Harvard
(Quill Books,
2003)
Fool's House
(Spanner Editions,
1980)

Journal

Fire
2014)
Spanner
2014)
Exquisite Corpse
Poetry Review
Paper Air
Intrepid
Branch Redd Review
Sixpack
Anglo-Welsh Review
Poetry Wales
Prizes: 
The Prize Poem, "The Return of the Reforgotten Reading" at the Royal Albert Hall, London, October 1995. translation from the Tahitian (with Tea Hirshon & Dany Carlson) of MAOHI NUI by Henri Hiro.

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English

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Listing last updated: September 25, 2014.

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