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Biography of Terence Winch

Terence Winch

Terence Winch (? - Present)

Terence Winch was born in New York and is the author of three books of poems, The Drift of Things (The Figures, 2001), The Great Indoors (Story Line Press, 1995), and Irish Musicians/American Friends (Coffee House Press, 1985). His work appears in several anthologies, including Best American Poetry 1997, and magazines such as The Paris Review and The American Poetry Review.


8 Poems written by Terence Winch

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for MCW
for Doug Lang
for David Lehman Comments and analysis of Diagnosis by Terence Winch 2 Comments
All last night I kept speaking in this Comments and analysis of Mysteries by Terence Winch 1 Comment
Do not travel over vast distances.
I wish I could remember the names
No one is safe. The streets are unsafe.
When I die I promise to haunt Comments and analysis of Mission Statement by Terence Winch 1 Comment


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