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David Mills

DAVID MILLS is the author of two books The Dream Detective and The Sudden Country, a Main Street Rag book-prize finalist. He has received fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, Arts Link, Henry James Fellowship, Chicago State's Hughes/Knight Poetry Award and a BRIO award. His poems have appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Ploughshares, Jubilat, Fence, Vermont Literary Review, Callaloo, Transitions (Harvard University), Rattapallax, Hanging Loose, Aspeers, Prairie Review and The Brooklyn Rail. He has also had poems displayed at both the Venice Biennale and Germany's Documenta exhibition. He is the subject of a poetry documentary.

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David Mills is author of the small press besteller The Dream Detective. He hashad poems appear in Fence, Ploughshares, Rattapallax, Jubilat and Callaloo toname a few. (If there’s space 2005 NYFA recipient in poetry.)

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David Mills is the author of two poetry collections – The Dream Detective and The Sudden Country, a book-prize finalist. He has received fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, Breadloaf, and Washington College. His poems have appeared in Ploughshares, Crab Orchard Review, Fence, Colorado Review and Black Renaissance Noire Obsidian. He has also recorded his poetry on RCA Records and had poems featured on ESPN. He lived in Langston Hughes’ landmark home, where he was inspired to create a 1-person dramatic show of Hughes’ work.

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David Mills is the author of two books The Dream Detective and The Sudden Country, a Main Street Rag book-prize finalist. He has received fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, Arts Link, Henry James Fellowship, Chicago State’s Hughes/Knight Poetry Award and a BRIO award. His poems have appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Ploughshares, Jubilat, Fence, Vermont Literary Review, Callaloo, Transitions (Harvard University), Rattapallax, Hanging Loose, Aspeers, Prairie Review and The Brooklyn Rail. He has also had poems displayed at both the Venice Biennale and Germany’s Documenta exhibition. He is the subject of a poetry documentary.

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NOV 2019

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