James Whitehead

JAMES WHITEHEAD teaches at the University of Arkansas, has a book of poems, Domains (1966), and a novel Joiner (1971). He has been interviewed at least twice (in George Garrett’s The Writer’s Voice and John Carr’s Kite-Flying And Other Irrational Acts), held a Guggenheim, and is a member of The National Council on the Arts. A sequel to Joiner, Boykin Flying, is in progress and a new book of poems will be out soon. He is published in Ploughshares Fall 1974 with a review of The Trapper’s Last Shot by John Yount.

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