The publication of Michael Casey‘s latest book, There It Is: New & Selected Poems,
has been called “an event to celebrate” (Edward Field). The winner of the 1972 Yale
Younger Poets Prize for his stunning collection of Vietnam War poems titled
Obscenities, Casey is the author of several collections, including Millrat and Check
Points. His poems have appeared in the New York Times, The Nation, Rolling Stone,
and many other journals. He lives in Andover, Mass.
Paul Marion is the author of several collections of poetry, including his lyrical
Americana address, the recent Union River: Poems and Sketches, as well as the editor
of Jack Kerouac’s early writings, Atop an Underwood. His history book Mill Power
(2014) tells the story of how Lowell, Mass., was named a national park to
commemorate the start of the American Industrial Revolution. His work has appeared
in The Massachusetts Review, Slate, Yankee, and other magazines and anthologies. He
lives in Lowell, Mass.