Lindsay Wilson

Lindsay Wilson (Poetry) | Reno, NV

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Lindsay Wilson, an English professor at Truckee Meadows Community College, has been a finalist for the Philip Levine Prize, and he has published five chapbooks. He co-edits The Meadow, and his poetry has appeared in The Minnesota Review, Verse Daily, The Bellevue Literary Review, among others. He serves on the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame selection committee.


No Elegies (Quercus Review Press 2015)









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With his remarkable first collection No Elegies, Lindsay Wilson is working that old, necessary literary alchemy: in speaking so beautifully, so honestly about the world he inhabits, he inhabits us. “You are,” Wilson writes, “what the paltry thief has left.” Though Wilson is talking to himself—listing his own betrayals, mis-rememberings, and griefs—we can’t help but take stock of our own selves, our own souls. That’s not a word I use lightly. From front to back, ‘No Elegies’ is a soulful book, suffused with death and jazz, sugar and stars, “lupus and low pines, / heat and transience.” —Joe Wilkins, author of The Mountain and the Fathers and Notes from the Journey Westward

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