Michael Chitwood’s recent work has appeared in Ploughshares, New Ohio Review, Threepenny Review, and Visions International. His latest book is Living Wages (Tupelo Press, 2014).
Birmingham Poetry Review is a publication of The University of Alabama at Birmingham funded by the Department of English and the College of Arts and Sciences. It was founded by co-editors Robert Collins and Randy Blythe in 1987.
The journal includes original, unpublished work as well as translations. Beginning with Issue 39, BPR has included an interview with a featured poet of national merit as well as several reviews of current collections of poetry.
In past years, the journal has published work by poets of such national merit as Betty Adcock, Daniel Anderson, David Bottoms, Claudia Emerson, Debora Greger, Mark Jarman, David Kirby, Ed Hirsch, Andrew Hudgins, William Logan, Medbh McGuckian, R. T. Smith, Pimone Triplett, and Sidney Wade.
In this issue: Kate Angus, Ned Balbo, David Basilico, Anna Lena Phillips Bell, Michelle Boisseau, Bruce Bond, and many others.Birmingham Poetry Review