by Keith Wilson
Poems written in and reflective of solitude.
Keith Wilson was born in 1927 in New Mexico where he has remained as a poet and teacher. And where, he with others, pioneered the Southwest poetry-in-the-schools program. He is now resident at New Mexico State University at Las Cruces. He has received a number of awards for his poetry including the P.E.N. American Center grant, the D. H. Lawrence Creative Writer Fellowship, the Westhafer Award, a Senior Fulbright-Hays Fellowship, and a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writer Fellowship.
His books include (1967) Sketches for a New Mexico Hilltown, (1967) 11 Sequences, (1969) Graves Registry and Other Poems, (1969) Homestead, (1971) Rocks, (1971) The Shadow of Our Bones, (1971) The Old Man and Others, Holland, Some Faces of America, (1972) Midwatch (Graves Registry Books 4-6) (1971) Thantog: Songs of the Jaguar Priest.
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