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If You Knew Then What You Know Now by Bruce Taylor

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Bruce Taylor, Professor Emeritus UWEC and  former poet laureate of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He is author of eight collections of poetry, editor of eight anthologies, and editor of the feature, Local Lit, which appears regularly in Volume One. His  poetry has appeared in such places as: Able Muse, The American Journal of Poetry, The Chicago Review, Cortland Review, The Formalist, Light, The Nation, The New York Quarterly, The Northwest Review, Poetry, Rattle  and on Writer’s Almanac. He lives in the village of Lake Hallie, Wisconsin with his wife, the writer, Patti See.

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Bruce Taylor
Reading Oxbow Hotel Feb 2017
Reading: Oxbow Hotel, February 2017.
Craft Talk 2018 Chippewa Valley Writers Guild
Craft Talk 2018: Chippewa Valley Writers Guild


First Fish caught, first dog bite endured
First fish caught, first dog bite endured.

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Author-in-hiding, Digital Artist-in-training, Student-in-perpetuum

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