TANGENTIAL I go off on tangents, my wife says, But I prefer to call them lateral Thinking in action. How else would I have remembered the pork... Read more →
Dan Curley grew up loving Greek mythology, which became a gateway drug to Latin, which turned him into a serial classicist. He has worked in the Classics Department at Skidmore College for over twenty years, but his interest in poetry has been lifelong. For a long time he taught and wrote about other people’s poems, but never gave much thought to writing any himself, his days as a garage-rocker notwithstanding. Things change, and somewhere along the line, like Juvenal, he got tired of being just a listener. His first book of poems, Conditional Future Perfect (Wolfson Press, 2019) is now available from Amazon.
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