Daniel Bourne

Daniel Bourne is a poet whose poems have appeared in Guernica, Ploughshares, Field, Plume, American Poetry Review, Cimarron Review, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, Salmagundi, Quarterly West, and elsewhere. His books include The Household Gods, Where No One Spoke the Language, and a collection of translations of Polish political poet Tomasz Jastrun, On the Crossroads of Asia and Europe. He teaches in English and environmental studies at The College of Wooster in northeastern Ohio, where he edits Artful Dodge. Since 1980 he has worked in Poland on collaborative projects with Polish poets and visual artists involving the environment, as well as on translations of contemporary Polish poets.
A stack of old issues of The Yale Review. Courtesy Pentagram

Still Life, Mouth of the Vistula

Daniel Bourne
July 1, 2018