As well at being a poet, David Lee Garrison teaches Spanish, Portuguese, and
Comparative Literature at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, where he
lives with his wife, Susan Kelly Garrison -- also an accomplished author.
Garrison's original poems and translations have appeared in The Cape Rock,
Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Kansas Quarterly, Laurel Review, Modern Images,
The Nation, Poetry East, The Vincent Brothers Review, Anthology of Magazine Verse and
Year Book of American Poetry, and others. With Willis Barnstone, he translated A Bird of
Paper: Poems of Vincente Aleixandre, (Ohio University Press, 1981). He has placed
in several national poetry contests, and is another writer at this site who has been
recognized in the Dayton Voice annual Summer Fiction and Poetry contest.
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