Clayton Eshleman

Clayton Eshleman is widely recognized as a major force in American poetry for his poetry (some 50 volumes since 1961), his translations (of Vallejo, Cesaire, Artaud, and many others), and the distinguished literary journals he has edited (Caterpillar and Sulfur). He lives with his wife, Caryl Eshleman, in Ipsilanti, and teaches at Eastern Michigan University.

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