Jonathan Greene lives in Frankfort, KY and is editor of Gnomon Press. He is the author of 19 books, including The Lapidary (Black Sparrow, 1969), Quiet Goods (Larkspur, 1980), Trickster Tales (Coffee House, 1985), Les Chambres des Poetes (French Broad, 1990), Inventions of Necessity (Gnomon, 1998) and most recently, A Little Ink in the Paper Sea (Tangram, 2001). He has received fellowships from the NEA, the Southern Federation of State Arts Agencies, and two grants from the Kentucky Arts Council. His poems, essays and translations have appeared in scores of magazines and journals, including Origin, Poetry, Sulfur, The Merton Annual, Quarterly Review of Literature, New Directions 20 and 34 and The American Literary Anthology.
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