Black Lawrence Press

Marc McKee

Marc McKee is the author of five collections of poetry: What Apocalypse?, winner of the 2008 New Michigan Press / DIAGRAM Chapbook Contest, Fuse (Black Lawrence Press, 2011), Bewilderness (Black Lawrence Press, 2014), Consolationeer, and Meta Meta Make-Belief, forthcoming from Black Lawrence Press in 2017 and 2019, respectively. His poetry appears widely in online and print journals such as absent, Barn Owl Review, Boston Review, Conduit, Copper Nickel, Crazyhorse, DIAGRAM, Forklift, Ohio, H_NGM_N, Inter|rupture, The Laurel Review, Memorious, Phoebe, Rockhurst Review, Sixth Finch, Sou’Wester, Southern Indiana Review, and other venues like the Academy of American Poetry’s Poem-a-Day series and Verse Daily. His work has also been reprinted in several anthologies, such as Diagram III, Diagram 4, Apocalypse Now: Prose and Poems from the End of Days, The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom, and recently has been translated into Ukrainian for Anthology of Young Poetry of the U.S.A. He lives in Columbia, Missouri with his wife and their son, and teaches at the University of Missouri.

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