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Kyle Harvey

Kyle Harvey is the author of the poetry collection Hyacinth (Lithic Press 2013), a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. His work has appeared in American Life in Poetry, Dirty Chai, Fat City Review, Heavy Feather Review, HOUSEGUEST, Metatron, Pilgrimage, Pith, SHAMPOO,
Think Journal, The Wallace Stevens Journal, and elsewhere. He has published two serial 
poems July and Farewell Materials (Lithic Press), and a package of broadsides The Alphabet’s Book of Colors: Supplemental Notes for Philipp Otto Runge’s Die Farbenkugel (Reality Beach). 
He is the winner of the Mark Fischer Poetry Prize and is at work on a manuscript titled The 
Alphabet That Never Recovers, as well as a translation of Camino del Ñielol by Chilean poet Teófilo Cid. He lives with his wife and children in Fruita, Colorado.