Today's poem is "Revenant"
from The Deepest Rooms

Silverfish Review Press

Randolph Thomas author ofThe Deepest Rooms(Silverfish Review Press, 2015), winner of the Gerald Cable Award, and Dispensations, a short story collection and winner of the Many Voices Project Award. His poems have appeared in Poetry, Quarterly West, The Greensboro Review, Seneca Review, Witness, Louisiana Literature, Puerto Del Sol, and many others. A recipient of artist grants from the Arkansas Arts Council and the Louisiana Division for the Arts for his poetry, Thomas is also a singer/songwriter/guitarist, he has performed solo and in rock and roll and folk bands in Virginia, Arkansas, and Louisiana. A native of southwest Virginia, Randolph Thomas earned a BA degree from Radford University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arkansas. He currently teaches at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

Other poems by Randolph Thomas in Verse Daily:
June 8, 2012:   "Winter and Spring" "One must take into account..."

Books by Randolph Thomas:

Other poems on the web by Randolph Thomas:
Three poems

About The Deepest Rooms:

"This accomplished first collection of poems by Randolph Thomas announces itself in rich poetic narrative and character invention, well-wed in the art of the persona, which has too often been rendered as unmasked autobiography in much of the poetry of the second decade of the twenty-first century. We can happily detect a sweet new sound in the work of Randolph Thomas, a young master in full career."
—Michael Heffernan

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