September 20, 2021


Julian O. Long



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Nineteenth (2021-06-14) poem unrhymed

Long has taught school at the University of North Texas, North Carolina State University, and Saint Louis University. He is now retired and lives with his wife, Kathleen Farrell, in Saint Louis, Missouri, writes a blog entitled "Out the Backroom Window," and plans to expand Backroom Window Press into a small press publishing venture.

Farm Road Entropy (2021-07-19) poem unrhymed

"...Harvest and waste of passage...

Zapper (2021-08-16) poem unrhymed

"...wondered if that sound was the last thought..."

After implosion (2021-09-20) poem unrhymed

"...Fifty years is a building's life, said the college pres..."


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Julian O. Long
Julian O. Long


Julian O. Long's poems and essays have appeared under imprints such as The Sewanee Review, Pembroke Magazine, New Texas, New Mexico Magazine, Horizon, Green River Press, and St. Andrews Press, among others. His chapbook, High Wire Man, is number twenty-two in the Trilobite Poetry Chapbook series published by the University of North Texas Libraries. A self published collection of his poems, Reading Evening Prayer in an Empty Church, appeared from Backroom Window Press in 2018 and can be found at Amazon. Long has taught school at the University of North Texas, North Carolina State University, and Saint Louis University. He is now retired and lives with his wife, Kathleen Farrell, in Saint Louis, Missouri, writes a blog entitled "Out the Backroom Window," and plans to expand Backroom Window Press into a small press publishing venture.



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