Paul D. McGlynn
 
 

 

Paul D. McGlynn grew up in Detroit and taught literature and creative writing at Eastern Michigan University until he retired in 2001, but he doesnít consider himself an academic poet.  The major influences on his writing have been the poetry of Blake, Ginsberg, and Wallace Stevens, plus art, travel, and loveónot necessarily in that order.

His poems "Anonymous Notes" and "Westward" appear in Square Lake Number Four.

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