T. R. Hummer
T. R. Hummer has published eight full-length collections of poetry and served as editor of numerous highly influential journals across the country, including the Kenyon Review, the New England Review, and the Georgia Review. He has also published a book of essays, The Muse in the Machine: Essays on Poetry and the Anatomy of the Body Politic. He currently teaches creative writing at Arizona State University and maintains several blogs on music, writing, culture, and politics. His ninth collection of poetry, Ephemeron, is due out with the LSU Press’s Southern Messenger Poetry Series. 
Dec 10 2012
A Conversation with T.R. Hummer
A poem is a score for consciousness (“score” as in “musical score”). In textual terms, consciousness conveys itself as what fiction writers call “point of view.” So far so good.
Jun 01 1987
In Far Light, The Kinship of Sisters
The full text of this poem is currently not available online.