Sean Thomas Dougherty
Sean Thomas Dougherty is a nationally renowned performance poet, the author of six full length books including the book of poems Nightshift Belonging to Lorca, and book of experimental prose The Biography of Broken Things. He is the editor of the critical collection Maria Mazziotti Gillan. Recent awards include a 2003 PA Council for the Arts Fellowship in Literature, a 2002 Penn State Junior Faculty Research Grant, and the 2002 Francis Locke Poetry Prize from Bitter Oleander. He has poems forthcoming in Harpur Pilate, Luna, Quick Fiction, Phoebe, Pleiades and Third Coast.
Sean Thomas Dougherty’s “Pas De Deus” and “Jazz You” appear in Caketrain Issue 02.
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