Boyer Rickel

Boyer Rickel’s publications include two books of poetry, remanence (Parlor, 2008) and arreboles (Wesleyan, 1991), a memoir-in-essays, Taboo (Wisconsin, 1999), as well as a poetry chapbook, reliquary (Seven Kitchens, 2009). His poems and prose have been published most recently in such print and online journals as evening will come, Free Verse, The Gettysburg Review, Guernica, The Laurel Review, No Tell Motel, Seneca Review and Transom. He is the recipient of poetry fellowships from the NEA and the Arizona Commission on the Arts.