Tyler Meier

Tyler Meier‘s poetry and nonfiction have appeared in At Length, Boston Review, Bat City Review, jubilat, Indiana Review, Poetry, Washington Square, and elsewhere. He works in Tucson at the University of Arizona Poetry Center.

An Introduction to Tyler Meier by Zach Savich

    Tyler Meier’s “July” follows the Biblical advice to “consider the lilies, how they grow.” But Meier’s flowers do more than “neither toil nor spin”: they author the biography of summer, which, much as a “season’s persistence” leads to its passing, implies that the month’s life story is already […]