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About Brent Goodman
Brent Goodman (b. 1971) was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and earned an MFA in creative writing from Purdue University. He is the author of the chapbooks Trees Are the Slowest Rivers (1998) and Wrong Horoscope, winner of the 1999 Frank O'Hara Award. His first full-length poetry collection, The Brother Swimming Beneath Me (2009), was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award in Poetry as well as the Thom Gunn Award. His second full-length collection, Far From Sudden, was published in 2012 by Black Lawrence Press/Dzanc Books. A recipient of two Wisconsin Arts Board Fellowships, his work has appeared in Poetry, Diode, Pleiades, Sou'wester, Green Mountains Review, Puerto Del Sol, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Pank, Devil's Lake, and elsewhere. Brent lives and works in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.