Michael McFee is the author of eight books of poetry, most recently That Was Oasis (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2012) and a chapbook of one-line poems, The Smallest Talk (Bull City Press, 2007). He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Southern Poetry Review is the second oldest poetry journal in the region, with its origins in Florida and subsequent moves to North Carolina and now Georgia. Continuing the tradition of editorial openness and response to writers that began with Guy Owen in 1958, SPR publishes poems from all over the country as well as from abroad and maintains a worldwide readership. Past issues feature work from Chana Bloch, Billy Collins, Alice Friman, David Hernandez, Andrew Hudgins, Maxine Kumin, Heather McHugh, Sue William Silverman, R. T. Smith, Eric Trethewey, and Cecilia Woloch.Southern Poetry Review
Issue 51, Number 1