“No more Boum from his lips, no more swinging/ hips and lyrics. Thin as Fred Astaire he wore a thousand/ melodies…” Weekend Poem, by William PageRead More
William Page’s third collection of poems, ‘Bodies Not Our Own’ (Memphis State University Press), received a Walter R. Smith Distinguished Book Award. His poems have appeared in such journals as The Southern Review, Sewanee Review, North American Review, and Ploughshares, and in numerous anthologies, most recently in The Southern Poetry Anthology Volume VI. He is founding editor of The Pinch.