Daniel Crocker

Poet and writer, Daniel CrockerDaniel Crocker is the author of two collections of poetry, a collection of short fiction, and a novel. His first collection of poetry, People Everyday and Other Poems, was a Powell's Books Staff Pick in 1998 and was one of their top selling poetry collections by an independent press that year. His second full-length collection of poetry, Long Live the 2 of Spades, was published in 1999. He was also a co-editor, with Gerry LaFemina, of Poetry 30: Thirty-Something American Thirty Something Poets. He is also the author of a novel, The Cornstalk Man, and a collection of short stories, Do Not Look Directly Into Me, a Small Press Review Pick of the Month. His work has appeared in Night Train, Juked, Louisiana Review, The Los Angeles Review, Big Muddy, The Chiron Review, Freshwater and many other journals and anthologies. His poem "Sestina McRib" has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

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Dan Crocker reading for Meacham at the Stone Cup, October 29, 2010


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