Gaylord Brewer is a professor at Middle Tennessee State University, where he founded and for more than 20 years edited the journal Poems & Plays. His most recent books are a ninth collection of poetry, Octavius the 1st, a 2008 short novel from Red Hen, Country of Ghost (Red Hen), and the cookbook-memoir The Poet’s Guide to Food, Drink, & Desire (Stephen F. Austin State UP), both in 2015.
For more on Brewer, see
- His web site
- Sample poems at Cherry Grove Collections
- Selected poems at VerseDaily
- Selected poems at the Asheville Poetry Review
- Sample from Barbaric Mercies at Red Hen Press
- "Apologia to Mars and Moon" at Valparaiso Poetry Review.
- "The World Etiquette of Cool" at Smartish Pace
- His poem "Upon My Offering Her an Easter Chocolate, My Wife Screams that She Won't Let Me Make Her Fat" at The Writers' Almanac
- His poem "The Last Place on Earth" at SmartishPace
- Poems & Plays, MTSU
- His interview titled "Relinquishing the Flimsy Protection of Shelter" with Charlotte Pence for Chapter16.org
- Gaylord Brewer's Greatest Hits at GoogleBooks
- Gaylord Brewer at the InKY Reading Series (See video below)
- Friday, October 23, 2015
- Friday, March 20, 2015
(with Seth Michelson & Richard Jackson)
- Thursday, March 21, 2013
- Saturday, October 29, 2011
- Thursday, March 25, 2010
- Friday, March 20, 2009
- Thursday, October 05, 2006
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