Andrew Kozma attends the University of Houston for a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing while working as a non-fiction editor for Gulf Coast and an associate editor for Lyric. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Meridian, Pebble Lake Review, Third Coast, Spoon River Poetry Review, Backwards City Review, Forklift, Ohio, and Best New Poets 2005. His play “Waiting for Engines” was produced this spring by Unheard Voices, and two poems of his have been nominated for Pushcarts.
Andrew Kozma’s “Meanings,” “The Funeral,” and “After the Cremation” appear in Caketrain Issue 02.
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