Barrett Warner

Since 1982, Barrett Warner’s poems and stories have appeared in numerous journals ranging from limited edition punk zines including Industrial Decay Quarterly, Plastic Tower, and Nude Beach to the more traditional Berkeley Poetry Review, Southeast Review, Slipstream, Baltimore Review, Gargoyle, and Phoebe. His chapbook, Til I’m Blue in the Face, was published by Tropos Press in 1993. Barrett and his wife Julia Wendell own the independent press Galileo Books, which formerly published Telescope, and still seeds a nicely bred catalog with one new release a year. Barrett is also an Associate Editor at Free State Review, a small journal published in Annapolis. Both a horseman and a grower in Maryland’s hardboot country, Barrett has often fancied himself a migratory sociopath. Being naturally lazy however, he has only moved twelve miles from his place of birth, averaging less than a quarter mile per year of spiritual restlessness.

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