Deconstruction of the Blues

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About the Author

Richard Silberg was born in New York City in 1942. He received his B.A. from Harvard in 1963 and his M.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University in 1973. He is Associate Editor of Poetry Flash, host of the recently relocated Poetry Flash at Cody's reading series in Berkeley, and teaches Writing and Appreciating Contemporary Poetry and poetry workshops at UC Berkeley Extension. His poetry has appeared in The American Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, VOLT, New American Writing, North Coast Review, City Lights Review, Parthenon West Review, The Addison Street Anthology: Berkeley's Poetry Walk, edited by Robert Hass and Jessica Fisher, and other publications. His poem The Audience is featured in the Berkeley Arts Commission's Poetry Sidewalk. His books include a study of speculative social philosophy, The Devolution of the People, (Harcourt, Brace and World) and two books of poetry from the Korean, which he translated with Claire You: The Three-Way Tavern by Ko Un (University of California Press) and Flowers Long for Stars by Oh Sae-Young. His essays from Poetry Flash were published as Reading the Sphere: Essays on Contemporary Poetry (Berkeley Hills Press, 2002). His poetry collections include Doubleness (Heyday Books), Totem Pole (3300 Review Press), Translucent Gears (North Atlantic Books) and The Fields (Pennywhistle).