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Randall Mann

Poetry

Interviewed by: Michelle Boisseau

Catalog Number: 20061117

Randall Mann is the winner of the Kenyon Review Poetry Prize for his first collection of poems, Complaint in the Garden. The collection takes readers "into lush landscapes, sundry histories, and a contemporary gay San Francisco populated by those things and people loved and lost." He discusses the craft of formal poetry with poet Michelle Boisseau, and reads from his work.

| Subject Matter: Formal Poetry, Lush Landscapes, Sundry Histories | Interview Year: 2006 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Kenyon Review Poetry Prize |

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